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Placing Computer Memory or The Unit of Digital Information Into Education

"The Riese Unit Of Volume"
Dear Sir or Madam:

I am writing you today, because it has come to my attention that there currently is no set curriculum for volume dealing with Computer Memory or Unit of Digital Informationat all, even in the back of Black & White Marble notebook volume charts or state regents examinations.

Here is the conversion chart for the basic Unit of Digital Information, or Computer Memory which is used every day by virtually all people in general across the globe.

Byte: One byte is eight binary digits, such as 1111001.
Kilobyte (KB) The smallest file stored on a smart-phone, tablet, mobile device, storage device, or CPU is typically four kilobytes (4KB) in size. A kilobyte equals1024 bytes.1KB is the same as 1024 x 8 = 8192 binary digits. Megabyte (MB) 1024KB equals one megabyte (MB). Gigabyte (GB) There are 1024MB in one gigabyte. Terabyte (TB) There are 1024GB in one terabyte (TB)
The current curriculum for volume is outdated, and the Unit…