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- billrussell42Lv 72 months agoFavorite Answer
you are correct.

SI (metric) prefixes

da (deca) = x10 (rarely used)

h (hecto) = x100 (rarely used)

k (kilo) = x1000 = e3

M (Mega) = x1000000 = e6

G (Giga) = x1000000000 = e9

T (Tera) = x1000000000000 = e12

P (Peta) = x1000000000000000 = e15

E (Exa) = x1000000000000000000 = e18

Z (Zetta) = x1000000000000000000000 = e21

d (deci) = /10 = e-1 (rarely used)

c (cent) = /100 = e-2 (rarely used except for cm)

m (milli) = /1000 = e-3

µ (micro) = /1000000 = e-6

n (nano) = /1000000000 = e-9

p (pico) = /1000000000000 = e-12

f (femto) = /1000000000000000 = e-15

a (atto) = /1000000000000000000 = e-18

SI binary prefixes

Ki (kibi) = x1024

Mi (mebi) = x1024²

Gi (gibi) = x1024³

Ti (tebi) = x1024⁴

Pi (pebi) = x1024⁵

Ei (exbi) = x1024⁶

Zi (zebi) = x1024⁷

Yi (yobi) = x1024⁸

- Anonymous2 months ago
153 MB = .153 GB

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- Engr. RonaldLv 72 months ago
153 MB x GB/1024 MB = 0.1494 GB Answer//

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SI binary prefixes

Ki (kibi) = x1024

Mi (mebi) = x1024²

Gi (gibi) = x1024³

Ti (tebi) = x1024⁴

Pi (pebi) = x1024⁵

Ei (exbi) = x1024⁶

Zi (zebi) = x1024⁷

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- 2 months ago
1GB = 1000MB, so yes you are right 135MB is 0.153GB!

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Ah yes thank you

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Great answer