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Bri_Love

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Can someone please help me out?

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  1. Bri_Love
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    I need A and B....

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  2. Roh
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    question?

  3. Ova6
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    Sure, whats your prob?

  4. Bri_Love
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    question is up there^^^

  5. Ova6
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    It doesn't show.

  6. Ova6
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    It just says "I need a A or B" And "Can someone help me?"

  7. Bri_Love
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    Here

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  8. Ova6
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    You need help or asking us to the the problem?

  9. Ova6
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    But first you should know the basics

  10. Bri_Love
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    I need to know what A and B are duh

  11. Ova6
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    computer capcity is often measured in bits and bytes. A bit is a the SMALLEST unit. It gives you a hint right there

  12. Ova6
    • 2 years ago
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    a byte is 23 bits

  13. Ova6
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    divided the two problems to get A

  14. Roh
    • 2 years ago
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    I think : 2^20 =2^(10)2 =2^(4)5

  15. Ova6
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    B is pretty much the same

  16. Roh
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    it is all about breaking the exponents

  17. Ova6
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    Well good luck :)

  18. Bri_Love
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    thanks

  19. Ova6
    • 2 years ago
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    NP

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