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# FILE SIZE, simple but need quick response!

Posted on 2006-05-04
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how many mb and bg is 1,130,369 KB
im having a brain fart and need to know what that is in mb and gb....

thats 11 gigabytes right?
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A. Cristian Csiki earned 400 total points
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1 mb ......1024 kb
1 gb .......1024*1024 kb=1,048,576 kb...so 1,130,369:1,048,576=1,07 gb or 1095 mb
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garycase earned 800 total points
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In "computerese" the results are:

1,130,369 KB = (1,130,369)/(1024) MB = 1103.876 ~ 1104 MB

1,130,369 KB = (1,130,369)/(1024*1024) GB = 1.078 ~ 1.08 GB

... the results in the answer above are off because (a) he truncated the calculation for GB; and then, rather than doing the calculations with the original number, multipled the truncated result in GB by 1024 -- further compounding the loss of precision.

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jdietrich earned 400 total points
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A file size of 1130369 kilobytes can also be expressed as
9259982848 bits
1157497856 bytes
1130369 kilobytes (abbreviated as KB or Kb*)
1103.8760 megabytes (abbreviated as M or MB)
1.07800 gigabytes (abbreviated as G or GB)
0.001053 terabytes

Here's a nice link so that you can check it ANYTIME you want, without waiting for replies on EE:

http://www.t1shopper.com/cgi-bin/calculate.pl

Enjoy!

jd

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this is what i get when i access that site:

Error:
The soupermail CGI died due to the following error:

Unable to determine where the config file is.

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Check your soupermail configuration or contact: info@t1shopper.com informing them of the error, and how and where it occured.

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Soupermail Release Version 1.0.8

thank you guys... i got confused :)
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hy there....check this out to:
http://www.beesky.com/newsite/bit_byte.htm
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ID: 16609690
Sorry, that URL was after the output, try this one.

http://www.t1shopper.com/tools/calculate/
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cool. thanx
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