Q: How would you express two hundred million bytes?

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IT would be written as four hundred million.

A billion is a thousand-million. Metric Units: Deca - Ten Hecto - Hundred Kilo - Thousand Mega - Million Giga - Billion Tera - Trillion Many of the prefixes are uncommonly used. But, say, for example you had a billion grams (gigagram) and you wanted to convert it to megagrams, you would multiply it by 1000. So... one gigagram would be 1000 megagrams. Now, it gets a little more complicated when one talks about computers. Computers are based on factors of 2. 210 = 1024 which is the "standard" base for many computer calculations, especially those using metric prefixes. So, a kilobyte would be 1024 bytes. a megabyte is 1024 kilobytes, or 1024*1024 bytes = 1,048,576 bytes a gigabyte is 1024 megabytes, or 1024*1024*1024 bytes = 1,073,741,824 bytes. a terabyte is 1024 gigabytes, or 1024*1024*1024*1024 bytes = 1,099,511,627,776 bytes.

100,000,000,000,000 in Britain would be one hundred million million. In the US it would be one hundred trillion

A hundred thousand million would more usually be described as a hundred billion, or in scientific notation, 1011.

yup this would be three million: 3,000,000 and this would be 3 hundred thousand: 300,000

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There are actually two different schools of thought regarding information. The first deals in powers of ten. Each prefix is 10^3 away from the last one: 1 kilobyte is 1000 bytes 1 Megabyte is 1000 kilobytes is 1,000,000 bytes For them, two hundred Megabytes are equal to two hundred million bytes. The second deals in powers of two since information deals with powers of two and on-off switches. Each prefix is 2^10 away from the last one: 1 kilobyte is 1024 bytes 1 Megabyte is 1024 kilobytes is 1,048,576 bytes. For them, two hundred million bytes is about 477 Megabytes. In the first school of thought, this is often referred to as 477 Mebibytes, which is seldom used. So as for the final answer, it depends on the context, but it should be around 500 Megabytes.

5 GB

Nineteen billion, six hundred seventy-three million, eight hundred ninety thousand, five.

With the metric system, one million is described by the prefix Mega (capital M). One million bytes (b) would be a Megabyte or Mb.

One million, five hundred million? If you mean five hundred and one million, that would be 501,000,000

5,200,000,000. (Fifty-two hundred million would actually be five billion, two hundred million)

IT would be written as four hundred million.

100,000,000,000,000 in Britain would be one hundred million million. In the US it would be one hundred trillion

A hundred thousand million would more usually be described as a hundred billion, or in scientific notation, 1011.

A billion is a thousand-million. Metric Units: Deca - Ten Hecto - Hundred Kilo - Thousand Mega - Million Giga - Billion Tera - Trillion Many of the prefixes are uncommonly used. But, say, for example you had a billion grams (gigagram) and you wanted to convert it to megagrams, you would multiply it by 1000. So... one gigagram would be 1000 megagrams. Now, it gets a little more complicated when one talks about computers. Computers are based on factors of 2. 210 = 1024 which is the "standard" base for many computer calculations, especially those using metric prefixes. So, a kilobyte would be 1024 bytes. a megabyte is 1024 kilobytes, or 1024*1024 bytes = 1,048,576 bytes a gigabyte is 1024 megabytes, or 1024*1024*1024 bytes = 1,073,741,824 bytes. a terabyte is 1024 gigabytes, or 1024*1024*1024*1024 bytes = 1,099,511,627,776 bytes.

One hundred million would have 8 zeros. 10^8

yup this would be three million: 3,000,000 and this would be 3 hundred thousand: 300,000