if you bought it at a discount store, as low as $10, at a high-price CD store - it was as much as 17.99
A CD can store 700mb of data.
Typical sizes range from 600-700 MB for an average CD.
7900 A Compact Disk (CD) can usually store up to 700MB data.
A CD (Compact Disc) is normally used to store audio files and data. A normal CD usually stores around 700 MB of data.
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One main advantage of CD-ROMs is that a CD-ROM can store much more information than DVDs.
The price range for a basic CD player varies from store to store. One can find a basic MP3 CD player on Amazon or at RetailMeNot for a reasonable price compared to what is in the department stores.
Alot of money bout 1,000.000
About 734003200 bytes (700MB)
the function of a cd is to store data
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a CD that you store important information on (As distinct from a music CD)
Most can store up to 650-700MB. Some non-standard discs can store up to 870 MB, but these violate the official CD specification and therefore can't be read in all drives / players.
When may a CD be used to store sensitive information
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of course cd's store more than floppys. cd's store about 10 times as much
Yes, if transfered directly from the CD or store download.
A CD-RM used to be able to store up to 650MB of information. CD-ROMs are now able to store up to 700 MB of data or 80mins. of Audio. and hold music like mac lethal and AC/DC
They can come in a few different formats. There is CD+R, CD-R, and CD+RW.
double dutch (album) costs $20.39 at a CD Unierse Store.
i bought it at the store for about $15.00 but i think you can buy it on iTunes for $9.99
Yes CD is a sequential strage device. bcoz data store in CD in the form of sequence means we can store data in CD one by on track. we cant jump on different no. of tracks to store data. if we store data in track 1 then another data can store in track 2 not directly 3 or 5.
the cd has a device made from the computer down loaded into it
Which of the following are sentence fragments? I. Sarah who works at the CD store. II. She smiled. III. At noon tomorrow. I & III. You're welcome ☺️