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256 = 1024 / 4

This would be equivalent to four to the power of five, with a total of 1024.

You can divide 1024 by 2 an infinite number of times. The quotients will continue to get smaller and smaller but will never equal to 0 (zero).

1024 = 10000000000

32 times 32 = 1024. To put it another way, 322 = 1024.

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5 GB = 5 X 1024 MB = 5 X 1024 X 1024 KB= 5 X 1024 X 1024 X 1024 Byte --------------------------------------------- ANSWER: There are 1024 KB in a single Mb, and 1024 Mb in a Gb, so 1024X1024= 1048576 Kb in 1 Gb. Times that by five, which is 5242880 Kb. There is 5,242,880 Kb in 5Gb.

This would be equivalent to four to the power of five, with a total of 1024.

You can divide 1024 by 2 an infinite number of times. The quotients will continue to get smaller and smaller but will never equal to 0 (zero).

1099511627776 Bytes. 1024*1024*1024*1024 Also known as 1024^4

It is equal to 1024 kilobytes, or (1024 x 1024) bytes.

1024 = 10000000000

32 times 32 = 1024. To put it another way, 322 = 1024.

The product is: 1,048,576

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