# How many MB are in 1GB?

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1000 mb duh lol. and guys he said for a mp3 player not computer science. the wiki article said 1 GB= 1000MB not 1Gb=1024MB

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• Anonymous

Actually, it depends on the context. It could be either 1000 Mb or 1024 Mb. See the following Wikipedia article.

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• It's simple friend. Here i'm giving some important equation like this.

1 TB= 1024 GB

1 GB= 1024 MB

1 MB= 1024 KB

1 KB= 1024 Bytes

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• Anonymous

2^10 = 2 x 2 x 2 x 2 x 2 x 2 x 2 x 2 x 2 x 2 = 1024

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• Anonymous

1024 Mbs equal 1 GB

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• 1 GB is exactly 1,024 MB although most people round it off to 1,000. It all starts off at bits. One bit is one "1" or "0". A bunch of those makes up the computer language computers use and understand known as binary. There's usualy 4-7 binary characters in one letter (or so this magazine says). I think 1 byte is 1,000 bits one megabyte is 1,000 bytes, a gigabyte 1,000 megabytes or 10,000 bytes, a terabyte is 1,000 megabytes (technicaly 1,024) or 100,000 bytes.

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• 1000

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• DEFINITION - A gigabyte (GB) is a measure of computer data storage capacity and is "roughly" a billion bytes. A gigabyte is two to the 30th power, or 1,073,741,824 in decimal notation. The term may be pronounced with two hard Gs (as in "goose") or with a soft first G (as in "giraffe") although the second pronunciation is the most common. The prefix, "giga" comes from a Greek word meaning "giant."

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• 1024, not 1000

take 1 and multiply by 2 until you get 1000... you wont, it's 1024

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• to be exact it's 1024 MB

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