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1 kilometer = 0.621371192 miles
1094 Yards is 1 Kilometer
1,000 (one thousand)
There are 0.621 miles in a kilometer. There are approximately 8 kilometers in 5 miles.
In Google type: 1 kilometre in miles returns: 1 kilometer = 0.621371192 miles
Might be a little too detailed (too many decimal places); however, 1 Kilometer is equal to 0.6214 miles (there is approx. 5/8 of a mile in 1K). Hope this helps and good luck ;…)!
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 a character (like the letter "A"), most systems today use 8 bits, some older systems used 5 bits or 7 bits. But a BYTE is currently defined as 8 bits, since historically the definition of a byte has changed throughout time. Also, one NIBBLE is half a byte, which is 4 bits. KB -- Kilobyte (official definition now means 1,000 bits per NIST and 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 IT professionals and manufacturers of data storage devices as not many have adopted the newer Kibibyte definitions. Therefore, you must determine the context and/or do your own math to validate which meaning is being used. Sources (replace the [dot] text with an actual period "."): * Read the history of the mathematical inaccuracies of the original so-called "Kilobyte" at the NIST and IEC websites (these are organizations 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's definition.]
1kb =1,024 bytes 1Byte= bits So that Mean 1 Byte is less Then 1 Kilobyte
If the letter "k" is used in conjuction with numbers, it typically means 1000. 1k = 1000, 2k = 2000. So 1k liters would be 1000 liters. N.B. If however, you misspelled and ac…tually meant kg (kilograms), it's impossible to give an answer since every liquid has a different weight per liter.
If by 1k you mean 1 kilogram (kg) then: 1 kg = 1000 g
By unit of length and distance and conversion ,we can say that 1 km=1000 m
1 kilo byte is equal to 102410 bytes.