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Are megabytes bigger than kilobytes?


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2016-02-28 09:41:38
2016-02-28 09:41:38

Yes, a megabyte is bigger than a kilobyte.

It takes 1000 kilobytes (kB) to make 1 megabyte (MB).

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2.22 mb is only 2273.28 in kilobytes and 200 mb is 204800 kilobytes so no, 200 mb is a lot more bigger

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A MB (1024 Kilobytes) is bigger than a KB (1024 Bytes) There are 1024 KB's in a MB. MB is bigger.

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...than not then... No. One Megabyte (MB) equals 1024 kilobytes (KB).

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A megabyte is 1,024 kilobytes, therefore a megabyte is bigger.

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A MB is bigger than a KB; 1 megabyte is the equivalent to 1024 kilobytes.


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