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 How many more than 1,000 bytes are actually in a kilobyte of information?

Answer One kilobyte is 2^10 bytes or 1024 bytes. So the answer to your question is 24.
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Why 1 giga is1024 megabytes 1,048,576 Kilobytes 1,073,741,824 Bytes not 1000 mb ?

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How much information can stored in kilobyte?

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How many bytes of information can a 20 M RAM computer hold?

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What is bytes mega bytes and giga bytes?

bytes, megabytes and Gigabytes are the units for measuring the amout of data on a computer. 1024 megabytes are a gigabyte
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