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Question 1: It is thus convenient to use binary units for non-disk memory devices at the hardware level, for example, in using ________ memory boards.
DDR3 SDRAMDynamic random access memoryDIMMSynchronous dynamic random access memory

Question 2: The ________ (IEEE) defined the unit accordingly for the use in power switchgear.
IEEE Microwave Theory and Techniques SocietyIEEE Computer SocietyIEEE Technical Activities BoardInstitute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers

Question 3: Since the early 2000s most of consumer ________ capacities are grouped in certain size classes measured in gigabytes.
Hard disk driveFloppy diskUSB flash driveUniversal Serial Bus

Question 4: ________ (NIST), but the binary prefixes have seen limited acceptance.
National Oceanic and Atmospheric AdministrationNational Institute of Standards and TechnologyNational Technical Information ServiceBureau of Industry and Security

Question 5: Some legal challenges have been waged over this confusion such as a suit against ________.
Western DigitalQuantum Corp.Hard disk driveSeagate Technology

Question 6: The prefix giga means 109 in the ________ (SI), therefore 1 gigabyte is 1000000000bytes.
Conversion of unitsMetric systemInternational System of UnitsSystems of measurement

Question 7: The gigabyte is a multiple of the unit ________ for digital information storage.
Integer (computer science)Pointer (computing)ByteBit

Question 8: In order to address this confusion, the ________ has been promoting the use of the term gibibyte for the binary definition.
International Electrotechnical CommissionItalyJapanFrance

Question 9: [1] In 2000, however, IEEE adopted the ________ (IEC) recommendation, which uses the metric prefix interpretation.
International Electrotechnical CommissionFranceJapanItaly

Question 10: When referring to ________ sizes it most often (see binary prefix adoption) has a binary interpretation of 10243 bytes, i.e.
Dynamic random access memoryFlash memoryComputer data storageRandom-access memory

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