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By SavageWaffle, Jun 21, 2008
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Yeah, i need a quickj asnwer, fast.
Accourding to Google using "2618 MB to GB"... 2618 megabytes = 2.55664062 gigabytes I think it's converting it by dividing by 1024...
Roughly 2.6 GB's.
1000 MB's = 1 GB
Mb is different than MB I believe... Mb is Megabit and MB is Megabyte.
I think he knows I meant megabyte.
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.
It's 0.32725 GB.
so around 2.6 GB's?
I dislike when you can't tell if someone means MB or Mb.
I ment MB!
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.
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.
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