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Bits And Bytes

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Bits and Bytes both measure amounts of data. However, they are typically used in two different contexts.
Computer memory is usually measured in megabytes or gigabytes. This tells how much information your computer can store.
The speed of a modem (a device that connects two computers over a telephone line) is measured in bits per second, or bps. This tells how much information can be sent in a second.
These slides show terms and division of bits and bytes

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Bits And Bytes

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  2. 2. - Bits - Bytes - Binarynumbers - All of the prefixes related to storage —KB —MB —GB —TB Computer has a 64-bit processor with 4 Gigabytes of RAM and 200 Gigabytes of hard disk space
  3. 3. Bit 1. bit: From a shortening of the words "binary digit” 2. the basic unit of information for computers 1 or O are the only values
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