How many zeros are in the word megabyte?
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.
There are no zeros in "gaudrillion" as the word does not exist. However, Quadrillion, does. Long: 24 Short: 15 Read More
A kazillion is not a 'real' number it is a word to denote a very large amount. But if it were real there would be a kazillion zeros in it. Read More
1 gigabyte=1024 megabytes 1 megabyte=1024 kilobytes 1 kilobyte=1024 bytes 1 byte is usually 8 'bits' or binary digits (of zeros and ones) Read More
A magabyte isn't a word. A: If you mean Megabyte then there are 1048576 bytes in a Megabyte. Read More
1 word is 16 or 32 bits. 1 byte is 8 bits. Therefore 1 word is equal to either 0.5 megabytes or 0.25 megabytes, depending on the number of bits used for a word. Read More
About .003Mb. There are about 3000 bytes in a 500 word document. Read More
Mb stands for Megabits, Mega stands for a million (1 followed by 6 zeros). A Megabit stands for that many bits of digital information or data. If written as MB (with a capital B) it stands for Mega Byte. One Byte contains 8 bits. - Neeraj Sharma no u got it all rong mb means master bate Read More
37.5 zeros. Since it is a made up name for a number, it can have as many zeros as you like. Read More
The number of megabytes on a word document depends on how much text, pictures, or other objects are in the document. Images take up more space then the text. Read More
In USA, there are 54 zeros, and in Great Britain, there are 102 zeros. Read More
1,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 = 9 x 3 zeros = 27 zeros Read More