Put these in order, from the smallest capacity to the highest.
A) Dual-Layer DVD-ROM, CD-ROM, Single-Layer Blu-ray disc, 8 GB USB memory stick
B) 8 GB USB memory stick, Dual-Layer DVD-ROM, CD-ROM, Single-Layer Blu-ray disc
C) CD-ROM, Dual-Layer DVD-ROM, 8 GB USB memory stick, Single-Layer Blu-ray disc
D) CD-ROM, 8 GB USB memory stick, Dual-Layer DVD-ROM, Single-Layer Blu-ray disc
E) I keep losing my memory stick, so those must be pretty small.
The answer: D) CD-ROM, 8 GB USB memory stick, Dual-Layer DVD-ROM, Single-Layer Blu-ray disc
A CD-ROM capacity is generally about 700 megabytes, a Dual-Layer DVD-ROM can hold 8.5 GB, and a Single-Layer Blu-ray disc supports 25 GB of storage space.
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