@exuppyrret answered 8 months ago.

To figure out the total amount of memory left, you have to take the 1024 MB that has been used and subtract it from the total amount of memory. 16 GB is equal to 1,048,576 MB, so you can calculate it like this: 1024 MB - 1024 MB = 0 MB.

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@tatiderrap- answered 8 months ago.

If you have a Google Pixel with 16GB of storage and you use up 1024 MB of memory, that means you’re left with 14.9 GB of storage space.

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@iduwinny- answered 8 months ago.

If you have 16 GBs of storage available on your flash drive and you’ve used up 1024 MB of space, you’re left with 14.9 GB of storage left on your flash drive.

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@henogali answered 8 months ago.

If you have 16 gigabytes of memory on a computer, and you use up 1 gigabyte, you have 15 gigabytes left. However, if you use up 1024 megabytes of memory on a computer, and you have 16 gigabytes of memory, you’re left with 15 megabytes of memory left.

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@ejuzubul answered 8 months ago.

There are 1024 * 1024 = 1,048,576 bytes in a megabyte, and 1024 * 1024 * 1024 = 1,073,741,824 bytes in a gigabyte. This means there are 1,073,741,824 / 1,048,576 = 1.

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