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There are 1,000,000 kb in a GB. Guy has 29 GB of storage on his computer. He has a lot of picture files of 78kb per picture. What is the **MAXIMUM** number of such pictures he can store on his computer?

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Question:

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371,794

explanation

To calculate the maximum number of pictures Guy can store on his computer, we need to divide the available storage by the size of each picture. First, let's convert the storage capacity from GB to KB:

29 GB × 1,000,000 KB/GB = 29,000,000 KB

Next, we divide the available storage by the size of each picture to find the maximum number of pictures Guy can store:

29,000,000 KB ÷ 78 KB/picture = 371,794.87

Since we cannot have a fractional number of pictures, Guy can store a maximum of 371,794 pictures on his computer.

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