Q: How many zeros in megabyte?

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Only one: the second digit.

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.

A megabyte is sometimes defined as a million bytes - a 1 with 6 zeros. More commonly, however, it is defined as 1024 squared - a little more than a million bytes.

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

If you meant: 'How many MB in 5GB' then your answer is: 5000 MB

How is it now is much shorter binary code for a basic ansewer every fibre of a PC mb,CPU etc and software even the display is all binary zeros and ones!

How many GB are there in 9161 MB?

963.756 megabytes.

One. One megabytes in a megabyte.

How many Kb is 3.20 mb? is Gb

If you have 2 Gigabytes on a computer, you have 2,000 Megabytes, or 2,048 Megabytes in many cases.

simple and quick way to do this as a KB equals 1000 then add 3 zeros to the number 12192 (KB)thousand = 12192000 now to workout megabytes (1,000,000) count 3 digits from the right and place a commer 12192,000 count another 3 from there and place a commer 12,192,000 this then is 12.192MB