How many megabytes are in a CD?
Depends on the optical medium you have:
- CD-R (full-size): 700MB
- CD-RW (full-size): 600MB
- DVD-R/DVD-RW (single layer): 4.7GB
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Roughly, there are about 1000 kilobytes (KB) in a megabyte (MB). More specifically, there are three possible definitions of the megabyte: . 1000Ã1000 bytes (SI international standard, used in disk drives, networking, etc.) . 1024Ã1024 bytes (common in memory manufacturer specs and some …old floppy disks) . 1024Ã1000 bytes (the "1.44MB" floppy, which IBM introduced with their first personal computer, and some other uses) So the actual number may be either 1000, 1024, or 1049 kilobytes in a megabyte, depending on the definitions you use for each. The difference is due to the use of binary addressing in memories (1024 = 2 10 ). ( Full Answer )
A factory made audio CD, like any other CD will hold 700 MB ofdata. However, for the purpose of minimizing errors in large scaleproduction, they are not usually filled to their maximum capacity.
A CD is 650-750 megabytes, typically around 700 MB. Now, DVDs come in various capacities. 4.7GB is the standard.
There are three definitions of megabyte (MB), two of which are commonly used in computing: . 1000 Ã 1000 = 1,000,000 bytes in a megabyte - This is the standard SI definition, used for most media measurements (like hard drives and DVDs), for networking, and in some software (like Mac OS X an…d Linux). . 1024 Ã 1024 = 1,048,576 bytes in a megabyte - This is the definition commonly used by memory manufacturers and in some software (like Microsoft Windows). The official term for this unit is "mebibyte" (MiB). . 1024 Ã 1000 = 1,024,000 bytes in a megabyte - This definition was used in the once-common "1.44 MB" floppy disk, and is usually considered a mistake ( Full Answer )
that depends on how much is stored on it. if you are talking audio the data consumption is approximately 1 megabyte for each minute of audio data. and older cd's had a limit of 650 megabytes data/74 minutes of music. the newer ones have the capacity of 700 megabytes/80 minutes.
The prefix "kilo" means "1,000"; "mega" means one million. A million is one thousand times one thousand, so 127 megabytes means 127 million bytes -- to find how many kilobytes that represents, divide 127,000,000 (127 million) by 1,000 -- 127,000 kilobytes
Megapixels and megabytes are not directly related. Pixels are usedto describe the resolution of an image, whereas bytes are used todescribe a measure of data. mega- is a prefix used to describe howmuch of them there are (1 million).. If, for instance, a 1 megapixel image is stored with 24-bit color…(8 bits for red, 8 bits for green, and 8 bits for blue), the totalamount of memory required to store it would be 3 megabytes (24megabits / 8 bits per byte). On a disk, an image is stored withless space than this, though, due to data compression. A diagram orother line art can be stored with fewer bytes using "losslesscompression", like a .zip file or .png file, while a photographicimage is usually reduced in size through "lossy compression" whichthrows away some data that we don't really notice with oureyes. ( Full Answer )
1.7 MB = 1.7 x 1024 KB = 1.7 x 1024 x 1024 Bytes = 1782579.2 Bytes
100, 104.858, or 95.367, depending on if you mean decimal to decimal, binary to binary, decimal to binary, or binary to decimal. Simply, decimal megabytes, used by the storage industry, is 1,000KB, where each KB is 1,000 bytes. Binary megabytes, used by programmers (such as Microsoft, Linux, etc) ar…e 1,024 KB, where each KB is 1,024 bytes (2^10, or 0x0200). Converting from decimal to binary will yield a smaller number of megabytes, while converting from binary to decimal will result in more megabytes. ( Full Answer )
There are 1000 mb in a gb, 1000 bytes in a kb 1000 kb in a mb 1000mb in a gb 1000 gb in a tb(terrabyte),and so on,never stops!
Quite simply, one megabyte is in one megabyte. One Gigabyte= 1024 megabyte A megabyte is a unit of 1000000 or 1048576 pieces of data, depending on the system used; gigahertz is a unit of frequency, indicating 1 billion times per second.
\nWhen the CD format was invented, the size was chosen so that Beethoven's Ninth Symphony could fit on one disk.
700mb And the maximum amount of time you record is 80 mins. But Yeah There Are 700Mb on a CD-R Disc.
Processor or Virtual Storage -> 1024 Megabytes = 1 Gigabyte Disk Storage -> 1000 Megabytes = 1 Gigabyte
A gigabyte is 1024 megabytes. So 338 megabytes is less then half of a gigabyte
Kilobytes in a Megabyte = 1024 Megabytes in a Gigabyte = 1024 Gigabytes in a Terabyte (1000GB) = 1024 See a pattern
1000 kilobytes are in a megabyte and 1000 megabytes are in a gigabyte. These are the storage industry standards. However, megabytes as displayed by an operating system are actually measured in binary form, thus 1,024 kilobytes are in one megabyte, and 1,024 megabytes are in a gigabyte. There are… 1,048,576 bytes in a megabyte, and 1,0458,576 kilobytes in a gigabyte. This is one reason why your operating system will claim that there is less memory on your hard drive than what the manufacturer claims. ( Full Answer )
it is 1.20892582 X 10 24 bytes 1 Yottabyte = 1.1529215 Ã 10 18 Megabytes Or 1,152,921,500,000,000,000 Megabytes.
0. to be specific there are 0.497(about 0.5). 497 megabytes are about half a gigabyte.
7.992 Gigabytes but it will be listed as 8 Gigabytes (much the same way a 119.8 Gigabyte hard drive would be listed as a 120 GB. Also, for future reference, every 1,000 megabytes equals 1 gigabyte (mega = million giga= billion)
If you forgot to add a decimal between 0 and 3 then 0.35 gigabytes equates to about 350 megabytes. If you meant 35 gigabytes then it equates to about 35,000 megabytes.
the term gigabyte is known as gb and megabyte known as mb. these are mainly units to measure memory capacity.means capacity to hold data. mb is smaller than gb. one gb contains 1024mb. so u can find it out like 280 mb contains (280/1024) equals to 0.203125gb
2327445504 Bytes = 2327445504 / 1024 KB = 2327445504 / (1024 x 1024) MB = 2219.625 MB
It depends on what you're using the internet for, how well you know how to use the computer, and your internet connection speed. There is no concrete conversion from bytes to time.
1 Gigabyte is equivalent to 1024 megabytes. So 247 Megabytes is equal to: 0.2412109375 Gigabytes.
Since their are 1,024 MB in one GB, there are 10127.36 in MB in 9.89 GB
Approximately 8,388,608 bits in 1 MB. 8bits = 1byte 1024bytes = 1KB 1024KB = 1MB
Hours are units of time. Bytes are units of data. You cannot convert between the two without some other relationship. You could, for example specify a data transmission rate, which could then be used to calculate how many hours would be required to transmit 500 megabytes or you could specify a rate …at which data is written by a device to calculate how many hours it would take to write 500 megabytes. The question is really equivalent to something like "How many hours is a gallon". The dimensions are not equivalent, so you cannot convert from one to another like you could with quarts & gallons or with minutes & hours. ( Full Answer )
There are 2,300MB in 2.3GB. This is because there are 1,000MB in1GB, so you simply have to multiply 2.3 by 1,000 to find the totalMB.
By definition, there are 1,024MB in 1GB, so 18.4369043GB in 18879.39MB However, hard drive manufactures sometimes round down the 1,024 to 1,000, so you may get 18.87939GB.
All the conversions for 1 MB. . 1048576 Byte . 1024 Kilobyte . 1 Megabyte . 0.00098 Gigabyte . 0 Terabyte
Typical capacity of a CD is nominally 700MB, and is usually a few MB higher.
a gigabyte is larger than a megabyte. There are 100 mb in 1 gb, so the answer to your question is .265.
There are 1024 megabytes in a gigabyte. 6 times 1024 and you get 6144 megabytes.
This all depends on your maps. A copy of Minecraft that has no started maps is around 228KB. But after you start playing this will go up.
Units and type of thing don't match so it can't be answered. This question is like asking "How many bananas in a herd of buffalo?".
A megabyte is 1/1000 of a gigabyte meaning in gigabytes, 128 megabytes would be: 0.128!
There are 1024 kilobytes in 1 megabyte. 1 bit = a 1 or 0 (b) 4 bits = 1 nybble (?) 8 bits = 1 byte (B) 1024 bytes = 1 Kilobyte (KB) 1024 Kilobytes = 1 Megabyte (MB) 1024 Megabytes = 1 Gigabyte (GB) 1024 Gigabytes = 1 Terabyte (TB)
There is just under 9 gigabytes in 9000 megabytes In order to be exactly 9 gigabytes it would have to be 9216 megabytes, here's a conversion table to explain: 1024 Bytes = 1 KiloByte 1024 KiloBytes = 1 MegaByte 1024 MegaBytes = 1 GigaByte 1024 GigaBytes = 1 TeraByte
The two cannot be compared. Hours is a measure of time where as megabytes is a measure of disk space (on a computer).
The answer depends on 800 MB of WHAT: low quality audio or high definition video?
the amount of information a CD can hold is measured in minutes:seconds:sectors. Each second contains 75 sectors, each of which can hold 2048 bytes (2 kilobytes) of Mode 1 user data. 63 min x (60 sec) x (75 sectors) x (2 kbytes) = 567,000 kilobytes = 553 megabytesThe CD can hold about 553 megabytes o…f data for 63 minutes. ( Full Answer )
1 zero. As 1megabyte= 1,048,576 Bytes The root 'Mega-' does not go well here as mega means 10^6, so it is expected that it would have 6 zeros buy it does not.
That would happen to be just short of 1MB. Just over 0.9MB. Hope this helps!
There's 1024 bytes in a kilobyte, and 1024 kilobytes in a megabyte. Therefor there are 1048576 bytes in a megabyte.
There are 1000 megabytes in a gigabyte if you want to know more there is 1000 gigabytes in a Terra byte. If you want to know any more then just ask :)
Depends - 2054 megabytes of what? - 1 minute of MP3 music in a fairly high quality takes about 1 MB, but the amount of MB/minute can really vary a lot. A minute of a DVD-quality movie takes up much more space than that.
Megabyte is million and terabyte is trillion. There are three million megabytes (3,000,000,000,000 bytes) in three terabytes. Of course, there always is the debate about if the base measurement of 1000 vs 1024 bytes, but that can be the topic of another question.
1000 MB makes 1 GB. 1000KB makes 1 MB, and 1000 Bytes make 1 KB. :D
It depends on the DS3. Are you talking about the gaming system? if so, it depends on the model.