What Do You Know About Petabyte?

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What Do You Know About Petabyte? - Quiz

Petabytes are just a unit of measurement that are prevalent in anything computer. Though, on a scale of one to ten, I doubt it's really that interesting due to its obscurity. A


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 
    Describe a petabyte with the International System of Units
    • A. 

      10^5

    • B. 

      10^15

    • C. 

      10^12

    • D. 

      10^25

  • 2. 
    How many terabytes is one petabyte?
    • A. 

      200

    • B. 

      500

    • C. 

      1000

    • D. 

      1500

  • 3. 
    How many petabytes is equal to one exabyte?
    • A. 

      100

    • B. 

      200

    • C. 

      500

    • D. 

      1000

  • 4. 
    As at 1986, the world's ability to exchange processed data through two-way telecommunication network was
    • A. 

      281 petabytes

    • B. 

      670 petabytes

    • C. 

      150 petabytes

    • D. 

      300 petabytes

  • 5. 
    As at 2014, Facebook was generating how many petabytes of new data per day
    • A. 

      3

    • B. 

      4

    • C. 

      5

    • D. 

      6

  • 6. 
    In 1993, the two-way telecommunication network data exchange was 
    • A. 

      471 petabytes

    • B. 

      871 petabytes

    • C. 

      1071 petabytes

    • D. 

      678 petabytes

  • 7. 
    In 2008, AT&T transferred about how many petabytes per day
    • A. 

      40

    • B. 

      50

    • C. 

      20

    • D. 

      30

  • 8. 
    Google digested how many petabytes per day in 2009
    • A. 

      24

    • B. 

      23

    • C. 

      22

    • D. 

      21

  • 9. 
    The Blue Water has a storage of
    • A. 

      19.4 petabytes

    • B. 

      26.5 petabytes

    • C. 

      29.3 petabytes

    • D. 

      35.8 petabytes

  • 10. 
    One petabyte storage, full of music of 1 mb per minute, will take how long to finish?
    • A. 

      3800 years

    • B. 

      4300 years

    • C. 

      1800 years

    • D. 

      2000 years

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