how much is 2618 Mb

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  1. SavageWaffle
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    Yeah, i need a quickj asnwer, fast.
     
  2. TheWingless

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    Accourding to Google using "2618 MB to GB"... 2618 megabytes = 2.55664062 gigabytes I think it's converting it by dividing by 1024...
     
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    Roughly 2.6 GB's.

    1000 MB's = 1 GB
     
  4. Westside

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    Mb is different than MB I believe... Mb is Megabit and MB is Megabyte.
     
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    I think he knows I meant megabyte.
     
  6. TheWingless

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    If he wants Megabits to Megabytes, then it's 2618 megabits = 327.25 megabytes. Google search is "2618 Mb to MB". Just divide by 8.
     
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  8. SavageWaffle
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    so around 2.6 GB's?
     
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    Yes
     
  10. Rehehelly

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    I dislike when you can't tell if someone means MB or Mb.

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  11. SavageWaffle
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    I ment MB!
     
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    Yeah, ISPs use Mbs to trick you into thinking it's faster than it is. We should just stick with bytes now, they're pretty much the metric equivalent to measurements.
     
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    1 Byte = 8 bits
    1 KiloByte (KB) = 1024 Bytes
    1 MegaByte (MB) = 1024 KB = 1024^2 Bytes
    1 GigaByte (GB) = 1024 MB = 1024^2 KB = 1024^3 Bytes

    Sometimes people use MillionBytes instead of MegaBytes, because although mega means million in English, in binary it means 2^20 which is the closest power of 2 to a million.

    So 2.55GB using the binary giga, not decimal giga.
     
  14. zidane_genome

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    2618 / 1024 = 2.556640625

    So, your looking at 2.56Gig, or 2.557Gig (Remember to round up)

    If you want a generic answer, 2.5Gig, if you want the most specific answer possible, 2.556640625Gig, something in the middle, 2.56Gig

    Then again, if you want megaBITS to Gigabytes;

    2618 / 8 / 1024 = 0.319580078125

    327.25megaBYTES = .319Gig