Memory UnitsMemory units are used to measure and represent data. Some of the commonly used memory units are: 1) Bit: The computer memory units start from bit. A bit is the smallest memory unit to measure data stored in main memory and storage devices. A bit can have only one binary value out of 0 and 1. 2) Byte: It is the fundamental unit to measure data. It contains 8 bits or is equal to 8 bits. Thus a byte can represent 2*8 or 256 values. 3) Kilobyte: A kilobyte contains 1024 bytes. 4) Megabyte: A megabyte contains 1024 kilobytes. 5) Gigabyte: A gigabyte contains 1024 megabyte. 6) Terabyte: A terabyte contains 1024 gigabytes.
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