Yes, K is bigger then KB in computer wise and other.
322 mb = 322 x 1000000 = 322000000 700 k = 700 x 1000 = 700000 322 mb is greater than 700 k
Sometimes "k" and "kb" are used interchangeably i.e they both mean the same thing.
No, because m comes after k in the alphabet and therefore is bigger.
"750 kb" means 750 kilobytes (or 768,000 bytes). This is a measure of file size or storage capacity. "700 k" could mean anything, as it is very general ("k" typically means kilo, or thousand). It could be a shortened "700 kbps," for 700 kilobits per second (700 thousand bits per second) which is a measure of data transfer rate. Another possibility is that it is a shortened 700 Kb, or 700 kilobytes. Without the context of the original use it is hard to say what it originally meant.
They are both the same, short for kilobytes.
k = kilo = thousand kb = kilobyte = 1 thousand bytes. You question does not make sense because "k" represents a number.
The K in KB stands for kilo = thousand, while the m in MB stands for mega, million. So MB is bigger.
no K or Kb is same i.e kilobyte 1024 bytes= 1 kb 350kb is less than 750 k or kb
A megabyte(mb) = 1024 kilobytes(kb) so it's 1024 times bigger.
Yes. K and KB are both shorthand for kilo bytes. 1200 is indeed bigger than 840
KB and k are the same thing.