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How many bytes is 1k byte?
one tera byte is equal to 1024 giga bytes.
1024 megabytes = 1 gigabyte 1024 kilobytes = 1 megabyte
I believe the question you are trying to ask is, "What are bytes" or "What is a byte." Simply put, a byte is a basic unit of measurement of information storage in compute…r science. The term "byte" comes from "bite," as in the smallest amount of data a computer could "bite" at once. The term byte was coined by Dr. Werner Buchholz in July 1956, during the early design phase for the IBM Stretch computer. Originally it was defined in instructions by a 4-bit byte-size field, allowing from one to sixteen bits. A fixed eight-bit byte size was later adopted and promulgated as a standard by the System/360.
In computer memory terms, one gigabyte = 1,073,741,824 bytes. In telecomunication terms, it is commonly referred to as 1,000,000,000 bytes. For most marketing …reasons, it is shortened to mean 1,000,000,000 bytes, however this is slightly misleading.
There are 1024 gigabytes in terabyte. There are 1024 bytes in a kilobyte, 1024 kilobytes in a megabyte, and 1024 megabytes in a gigabyte. As a side note, 1024 is 210. Computer…s go by powers of two and not ten, so they won't use even 1000s; it's the way they work.
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if this question about no. of bytes in one kilobyte then answer is 1024 byte.
A unit of memory on a computer, equaling 8 bits A byte is an 8 digit long binary number. Each digit in a byte is called a bit.
A byte is a very small amount of computer data. A 1000 bytes or a kilobyte is about the size of a thumbnailed picture. Another answer: A byte is combination of 8 bits. A bit c…an be either 0 or 1. This combination of 8 bits of either 0 or 1 make up the lowest form of all letters, characters. and numbers store in a computer. BTW, in some cases the byte can be broken up in to two 4 bit parts called a "nibble".
There is no such thing as a kigabyte. There are however 1,048,576 kilobytes in a gigabyte.
each kilobyte is 1024 bytes. so: 1024 kilobytes * 100 = 102,400 bytes
Many! the conversion is like this: 1gb = 1024mb 1mb = 1024kb 1kb = 1024b
It depends on if you're using 1000 (103)or 1024 (210) as a multiplier, but either 1/1000 or 1/1024. A terabyte is larger than a gigabyte.
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.]