Total genetic repertoire, Chemistry

Assume a cell possesses 1000 genes, but at any point in time, ten percent are being used (i.e., "expressed"). If a typical protein has 100 amino acids, what is the total number of A, G, C, and T bases that encode the cell's (a) expressed and (b) total genetic repertoire?

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