How many bits are there in 25 bytes?
1 byte has 8 bits. so 25 bytes have 200 bits.
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Answer A byte is made up of eight bits. A bit is a single state, usually represented by a 0 or a 1. Using binary code, eight bits can be used to represent characters numbers and other items. A bit is a single numeric value, either '1' or '0', that encodes a single unit of digital information. A b…yte is a sequence of bits; usually eight bits equal one byte. (MORE)
In the most common definition, there are 8 bits in one byte. One bit is either a flow of electricity or no electricity. This written as 0 or 1. There are four bits in a nibble and two nibbles in a byte. 8 bits = 1 byte. 1024 bytes = 1KB 1024 KB = 1 MB 1024 MB = 1 GB
Bits are smaller than bytes. 8 bits equal 1 byte. 4 bits equal a nibble.
There are 8 bits in a byte. In early computers, there were also 6, 7, and 9 bit bytes, but current usage is 8
A bit is smaller than a byte. There are 8 bits in a byte, so a bitis one eight of a byte.
i dont think there are any. i think its about two different things. edit: there are 2: 1 byte = 8 bits
8 bits make up 1 byte. Thus, 8 bytes = 8 x 8 bits = 64 bits.
how many bytes are there in a 64-bit machine? . Another Answer: . It takes 8 bytes to store a 64 bit number.
This question has things a little bit backwards.. One byte usually consists of 8 bits (one bit is one "BInary digiT" -- either a 0 or a 1).. Half a byte (4 bits) is sometimes referred to as a nybble or nibble.
historically, the byte was whatever the computer said it was. There have been computers that use bytes anywhere from 5 to 36 bits long. Today however, almost all computers use 8 bit bytes. When there is absolutely no room for misunderstanding, the term octet is used instead, which always means 8 bit…s. (MORE)
A byte is 8 bits. We call a 4 bit quantity is nibble. if a byte addressable memory has a 14 bit address how many nibbles of storage are in this memory?
There is no such thing as 14-bit byte addressable memory. There IS, however, 16-bit byte addressable memory, which I hope is what you meant. In that case, you simply divide 16 by 4 to get 16/4 = 4 nibbles. If you did in fact mean 14-bit address, then it would be 14/4 = 3.5 nibbles
A bit is typically the smallest unit of memory in an electronic device. As it is based on a binary system, it can contain only one of two possible values: 1 or 0, which generally relate to that electronic memory element being set On or Off, respectively. A byte consists of 8 bits and is typically… used to represent a single logical character. As each of the 8 bits can contain either of two binary values (1 or 0) the total number of combinations in any byte is therefore 2*2*2*2*2*2*2*2 = 2**8 = 256. The literal character for any particular byte value can vary depending on the Code being used by the computer. For example, a byte with a current value of 90 is generally "Z" in ASCII but is "!" in EBCDIC. But even within the general structure of ASCII there can be special character sets employed wherein some or all of the values are agreed to represent other characters used in foreign languages or in special applications. . 1 bit (b) = 1 binary value (0 or 1) . 1 byte (B) = 8 bits = one logical character . 1 kilobyte (KB) = 1024B . 1 megabyte (MB) = 1024KB . 1 gigabyte (GB) = 1024MB . 1 terabyte (TB) = 1024GB (MORE)
32 bits is 4 bytes - 8 bits is one byte. And yes, half a byte is called a nibble - 4 bits.
There are 8 bits in a byte. Bits are a digit in a binary number. Binary is a number system that only has 2 symbols (0 and 1) that can be used to represent a number, as opposed to the usual decimal system that we're used to, which has 10 symbols (0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, and 9). In computers, all d…ata is stored as a series of 8-bit binary numbers. (MORE)
They Measure Computer Memory in Binary. Binary is Computer Code In Only 0 & 1 's. 1 bit = one 0 or 1 1 byte = 8 bits 8 bits or 1 byte = a group of eight 0 & 1 's
One byte is usually 8 bits , but some computer systems used a 9-bit byte. A bit is a Binary digit. (0 or 1) And a nibble is a 4- bit byte. Sometimes used in simple machines such as washing machine or toaster. Back in early telegraphy days, paper tape was used for machine telegraphy. Its d…ata was represented by 5 holes that could be punched across the width of a paper tape. Thus one could have 2 5 (= 32) characters. This became supplanted by paper tape with 8 possible holes in a row. Thus 2 8 different characters could be represented. (256 characters). A version of this was called ASCII code, American Standard Code for Information Interchange. And the electro-mechanical Teletype was the apparatus commonly used. This was in the (relatively recent) days before alpha-numeric symbols on an CRT screen. Anyway, hence the 8-bit Byte. (MORE)
A bit (contraction of binary digit) is the basic unit of information in computing and telecommunications; it is the amount of information stored by a digital device or other physical system that exists in one of two possible distinct states. Old Standard bit b 0 or 1 byte B 8 bits IEC Sta…ndard bit bit 0 or 1 byte B 8 bits (MORE)
256 possible combinations (from 0 to 255) . A byte is made of 8 bits. Bits can only be on or off (0 or 1). . 00000000 =0 11111111 = 255
One BYTE is always 8 BITs. (Binary digITs) Some data protocols use a different number of bits to define a character, most systems today use 8 bits, some older systems used 5 bits or 7 bits. But a BYTE is always 8 bits regardless. (a NIBBLE is half a byte - 4 bits)
A gigabyte is 1,073,741,824 bytes. There are 8 bits in a byte, so there are 8,589,934,592 bits in a gigabyte.
If a particular computer has 8 byte addressability and a 4 bit address space how many bytes of memory does that computer have?
Addressable memory = 2^n bytes where n = # of bits per address\n. \n2^4 = 16bytes of addressable memory
Bit is the smallest component of data and byte is larger then bit so: 1 byte = 8 bits = 2 3 bits 1 Kilobyte = 1024 bytes = 2 10 bits 1 Megabyte = 1024 kilobytes = 2 20 bits 1 Gegabyte = 1024 megabytes = 2 30 bits
right click on my computer, click on properties, click on general tab. at the bottom you will see your memory in mega bytes or giga bytes. . or, right click on the start bar, left click on task manager, click on the performance tab and where it says physical memory there will be a total. this will …be your total ram in bytes. (MORE)
There are 1,024 bytes in a kilobyte. There are 8 bits in a byte, so there are 8,192 bites in a kilobyte.
There are actually 1024 bytes in 1 kilobyte; but there are only 8 bits in 1 byte.
One BYTE is currently defined as 8 BITs. (Binary digITs) 1 B = 8 b (Big "B" is for Bytes and little "b" is for bits.) Some data protocols use a different number of bits to define acharacter (like the letter "A"), most systems today use 8 bits,some older systems used 5 bits or 7 bits. But a BYTE is …currentlydefined as 8 bits, since historically the definition of a byte haschanged throughout time. Also, one NIBBLE is half a byte, which is4 bits. KB -- Kilobyte (official definition now means 1,000 bits per NISTand IEC): K = Kilo = 1,000 1 KB = 1,000 bytes 1,000 bytes = 1,000(8 bits per byte) = 8,000 bits KiB -- Kibibyte (new term to avoid confusion with a Kilobyte): 2^10 = 1,024 1 KiB = 1,024 bytes 1,024 bytes = 1,024(8 bits per byte) = 8,192 bits So, basically, there's still a lot of confusion between ITprofessionals and manufacturers of data storage devices as not manyhave adopted the newer Kibibyte definitions. Therefore, you mustdetermine the context and/or do your own math to validate whichmeaning is being used. Sources (replace the [dot] text with an actual period "."): * Read the history of the mathematical inaccuracies of the originalso-called "Kilobyte" at the NIST and IEC websites (these areorganizations that deal with standards). www [dot] physics.nist [dot] gov/cuu/Units/binary.html www [dot] iec [dot] ch/si/binary.htm io9.gizmodo [dot]com/is-a-kilobit-1-000-or-1-024-bits-a-mathematical-debat-1694610423 * Numerical breakdowns: www [dot] computerhope [dot] com/jargon/b/bit.htm www [dot] computerhope [dot] com/jargon/b/byte.htm * Historical examples of a byte not always being 8 bits: encyclopedia2.thefreedictionary [dot] com/byte [See FOLDOC'sdefinition.] (MORE)
A byte is the basic unit of information in a computer. It is usually the smallest addressable object in memory.. The size of a byte is a function of the design of the computer, but nearly universally, it has come to mean 8 bits. (Octet is a more precise definition of 8 bits of memory, in case there… is any dichotomy.) (MORE)
1 byte = 8 bits. simillarly 4 bytes = 4 * 1 byte = 4 * 8 bits = 32 bits.
For Latin-based alphabets, normally one. . The English alphabet and some special characters (period, comma, newline etc.) fits into 7 bits . Most European alphabets (French, Swedish etc.) plus some more special characters (inverted quotes, copyright/euro/pound/yen symbols etc.) fit into 8 bits . … Non-Latin languages like Russian, Hebrew, Chinese etc. may need two, three or four bytes (16-32 bits) per character or symbol. To some extent the number of bits per character depends on the character encoding, the numbers above are based on US-ASCII (USA), ISO-8859-1 (Western Europe) and UTF-8 (global), arguably the most common encodings. (MORE)
8 bits=1 byte, 1024 bytes=1 kilobyte, 1024 kilobytes=1 megabyte. . So the way to solve this is to do this: 8x1024x1024x20. . This equals 167,772,160 bits in 20 megabytes. . Hope that helps! . - ElectroGoofy
As a byte is typically a sequence of 8 bits, there are a total of 72 bits in nine bytes.
There are 8 bits in a byte. Therefore, 9 bytes is equal to 9 x 8 = 72 bits.
There are 8 bits in a byte. People use a lowercase 'b' to mean "bits" and an uppercase "B" to mean bytes. So if a hard drive has 500GB, that's giga- bytes . But if a network cable lists its speed as 10Mbps, that means 10 mega- bits per second.
if u bit a dik it past if u byte a dik its present tense.
A bit is represented by 1 or 0(the binaries). 8 bits constitute a byte of data. example for byte: 10011010.
If two bits of a byte are in error when the byte is read from ECC memory, ECC can detect the error.
Bits are measured in single binary digits(1 or 0) Bytes are measured in 8bits All information provided by Enos
1 byte = 8 bits 1 Kilo byte = 1024 bytes = 8192 bits 1 Mega byte = 1024 Kilo Bytes = 1048576 bytes = 8388608 bits
Here is the math: 1 byte is 8 bits. 1 kibibyte (More accurate term than kilobyte.) is 1024 bytes. 1024 * 8 = 8192 bits.
One BYTE is always 8 BITs. (Binary digITs) Some data protocols use a different number of bits to define a character, most systems today use 8 bits, some older systems used 5 bits or 7 bits. But a BYTE is always 8 bits regardless. (a NIBBLE is half a byte - 4 bits). .
That depends on the floating point format used: . IEEE --> 23 bits . DEC VAX --> 23 bits . IBM System/360 --> 24 bits (6 hex digits) . HP-3000 --> 22 bits . MIL-STD-1750A --> 23 bits . Rockwell Collins CAPS --> 23 bits
Generally speaking, eight bits to a byte. There is no actual standard that defines how many bits are in a byte, but it has become something of a de facto standard.
If you are using the ASCII system, the word "duck", as it has four letters, contains 4 bytes, or 32 bits.
1 byte = 8 bits By that logic 16 bytes = 8 x 16 bits So 16 bytes contain 128 bits Do note that bits always typically come in powers of two. 2,4,8,16,32,64,128, and so on.
One BYTE is always 8 BITs. (Binary digITs) Some data protocols use a different number of bits to define a character, most systems today use 8 bits, some older systems used 5 bits or 7 bits. But a BYTE is always 8 bits regardless. (a NIBBLE is half a byte - 4 bits).
Assuming a byte is 8 bits, then a 2 byte word is 16 bits. Therefore there are maximum of four 2 byte words in a 64-bit variable. Note that a byte is defined as being the smallest unit of addressable storage. As such there is no official standard that dictates its length; it is entirely hardware dep…endent. Some systems can address at the bit level, thus a byte would literally be just 1 bit in length. Although most systems today use an 8-bit byte, this is not always the case thus the term octet was defined to specifically mean an 8-bit byte. (MORE)
That depends what encoding is used. One common (fairly old) encoding is ASCII; that one uses one byte for each character (letter, symbol, space, etc.). Some systems use 2 bytes per character. Many modern systems use Unicode; if the Unicode characters are stored as UTF-16 - a fairly common encoding s…cheme - many common characters will still use a single byte, while many special symbols (for example, accented characters) will take up two bytes. The number of bits is simply the number of bytes multiplied by 8. (MORE)
There are 80 bits in 10 bytes. Each byte contains eight bits. This is critical to know when shopping for a new computer or adding memory to a compute as it will allow for an accurate calculation of the amount of storage space.
There are 131,072 bytes in one megabite. In order to figure out how many bytes are in 25 megabites you need to multiply 131,072 by 25. Using this equasion you can figure out that 3,276,800 bytes are in 25 megabites.
1 bytes is 8 bits so (17/8) = 2.125 so round up to 3 full bytes