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Since the columns e, k, and n can be NULL, I assume "100% empty" means NULL. NULL storage is cheap. Each NULL "costs" one bit in the null bitmap for storage and otherwise hardly effects performance. Effective storage requirement depends on whether a null bitmap for each row already exists and has room for 3 more bits. Tables with up to 8 columns can ...
You can use LIST TABLESPACES SHOW DETAIL to check the High Water Mark. If it still appears high, you can always issue an ALTER TABLESPACE <tablespace> REDUCE MAX (assuming you are on automatic storage). The commands for old-style DMS are a litte different. I have another answer where I list that information
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