There are 1024 kilobytes (KB) in one megabyte, and 1024 megabytes in one gigabyte (GB) So 1024 kilobytes X 1024 megabytes = 1048576 kilobytes in one gigabyte 1048576 kilobytes X 2 = 2,097,152 kilobytes in 2 gigabytes

**sigh** A gigabyte is a thousand megabytes which is a thousand kilobytes which is a thousand bytes. 19.5 kilobytes is about one 51282th of a gigabyte.

No. Kilobytes are very small. I'm not sure how many are in Gigabytes, but I can answer your question. Kilobytes are smaller than both Gigabytes and Megabytes.

1024 kilobytes(KB) = 1 megabyte 1024 megabytes = 1 gigabyte (GB) So then 1024 kilobytes multiplied by 1024 megabytes equals there are 1,048,576 kilobytes in a gigabyte. Interesting side-note: 20 some odd years ago my first computer had 16 kilobytes of RAM, my current computer has 2 gigabytes of RAM

4 Gigabytes (Gb) is equal to 4,194,000 Kilobytes (Kb), so at a page size of 4.2 Kilobytes (Kb), a 4 Gigabyte (Gb) flash drive can hold about 998,571 pages.

A kilobyte is 1,024 (2^10) bytes. A megabyte is 1,024 kilobytes. A gigabyte is 1,024 megabytes. So a gigabyte is 1,024 * 1,024 kilobytes = 1,048,576 kilobtes.

There are 1024 kilobytes in a megabyte, 1024 megabytes in a gigabyte. There are 1,048,576 kilobytes in a gigabyte. (Unless you ask a computer manufacturer, in which case there are 1,000,000 kilobytes in a gigabyte, but that's why they have had class action lawsuits filed against them)