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:To highlight the similarity between 1000 and 1024, I suppose.--[[User:Pere prlpz|Pere prlpz]] ([[User talk:Pere prlpz|talk]]) 18:03, 8 October 2021 (UTC)
 
:To highlight the similarity between 1000 and 1024, I suppose.--[[User:Pere prlpz|Pere prlpz]] ([[User talk:Pere prlpz|talk]]) 18:03, 8 October 2021 (UTC)
 
:And a byte is 1024^0 bytes, kilobyte=1024^1, megabyte=1024^3, etc. Talking entirely in terms of 2^10N loses the sheer simplicity and easy approximation.
 
:And a byte is 1024^0 bytes, kilobyte=1024^1, megabyte=1024^3, etc. Talking entirely in terms of 2^10N loses the sheer simplicity and easy approximation.
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:(Though not as much as 'short' -illions. 5.45 trillion? That's 5, then the decimal padded/shortened to exactly three figures (450), ''then'' three sets of three zeros. Stupid system.) [[Special:Contributions/172.69.54.136|172.69.54.136]] 18:20, 8 October 2021 (UTC)
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:(Though not as much as 'short' -illions. 5.45 trillion? That's 5, then the decimal padded/shortened to exactly three figures (450), ''then'' four sets of three zeros. Stupid system.) [[Special:Contributions/172.69.54.136|172.69.54.136]] 18:20, 8 October 2021 (UTC)
  
 
A table with common or interesting volumes measured in teraspoons would be a good addition.--[[User:Pere prlpz|Pere prlpz]] ([[User talk:Pere prlpz|talk]]) 18:03, 8 October 2021 (UTC)
 
A table with common or interesting volumes measured in teraspoons would be a good addition.--[[User:Pere prlpz|Pere prlpz]] ([[User talk:Pere prlpz|talk]]) 18:03, 8 October 2021 (UTC)

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