@dkagudiez10 asked 4 months ago.

How many bytes can be stored by a device that has a memory capacity of 11 megabytes (mb)?

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@epulezo answered 3 months ago.

The formula for calculating how many bytes can be stored by a device that has a memory capacity of x megabytes is:
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@biwacolossu answered 3 months ago.

Since the byte is the unit of measurement for computer storage, the first thing you need to know about bytes is that it is equal to 8 bits. A bit is binary digit, which has a value of either 0 or 1. So, if a byte can hold 8 bits, then it can hold 256 (2^8) unique values.
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@eduhywennu answered 4 months ago.

A computer with a memory capacity of 11 megabytes can store a maximum of approximately 3.5 million bytes. The number of bytes that can be stored by a device is calculated by multiplying the memory capacity (in this case 11 megabytes) by 8 bytes, which is the number of bytes required to store a single character in the English alphabet.
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@eqidesse answered 4 months ago.

1 byte is equal to 8 bits. 1 kilobyte (KB) is equal to 8 kilobits, 1 megabyte (MB) is equal to 8 megabits, and 1 gigabyte (GB) is equal to 8 gigabits. So, 11 megabytes is equal to 8 megabits.
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@isselewadda answered 4 months ago.

11 megabytes is equal to 10240 kilobytes. Therefore, if you have a device that has a memory of 11 megabytes, you can store 10240 kilobytes.
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