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38514 MB = GB?

 
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what is 38514 MB equivalent of GB? Is it 37.2GB? How to get it rite now?
 
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Originally posted by mythily prakash:
what is 38514 MB equivalent of GB? Is it 37.2GB? How to get it rite now?



37.611328125 is the actul value.
 
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Thank u buddy, How u got it?
 
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sorry ,its 38154MB.
 
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Originally posted by mythily prakash:
sorry ,its 38154MB.



38154 MB / 1024 = 37.259765625 GB
 
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There are two slightly different definitions of the size of a gigabyte in use:

* 1,000,000,000 bytes or 109 bytes is the decimal definition used in telecommunications (such as network speeds) and some computer storage manufacturers (such as hard disks and flash drives). This usage is compatible with SI.
* 1,073,741,824 bytes, equal to 10243, or 230 bytes. This is the definition used for computer memory sizes, and most often used in computer engineering, computer science, and most aspects of computer operating systems. The IEC recommends that this unit should instead be called a gibibyte (abbreviated GiB), as it conflicts with SI units used for bus speeds and the like.


Gigabyte - Wikipedia
 
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Thank u Buddies.
 
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