# kigabyte

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Generally, kigabyte is a misspelling of gigabyte.

Or it can also be considered a misspelling of kilobyte. Some people refer to a kilobyte as a kigabyte, but kigabyte generally isn’t a misspelling as much as a mistake.

In math (and computing), 1024 is our main number, where 1024 of a unit equals one of another unit:

A kilobyte is 1024 bytes. 1024 kilobytes is 1 megabyte. 1024 megabytes is equal to a gigabyte. 1024 gigabytes equals a terabyte. 1024 terabytes is 1 petabyte. 1024 petabytes is 1 exabyte. 1024 exabytes is 1 zettabyte. 1024 zettabytes is equal to 1 yottabyte.

The following terms are questioned:

1024 yottabytes is 1 brontobyte.

1024 brontobytes equals 1 geopbyte.

Short Version:

In math (and computing),

1024 bytes = 1 kb

1024 kb = 1 mb

1024 mb = 1 gb

1024 gb = 1 tb

1024 tb = 1 pb

1024 pb = 1 eb

1024 eb = 1 zb

1024 zb = 1 yb

The following terms are questioned:

1024 yb = 1 bb

1024 bb = 1 Geopbyte

The kilobyte is a multiple of the unit byte for digital information.

The International System of Units (SI) defines the prefix kilo as 1000 (103); per this definition, one kilobyte is 1000 bytes.[1] The internationally recommended unit symbol for the kilobyte is kB.[1]

In some areas of information technology, particularly in reference to solid-state memory capacity, kilobyte instead typically refers to 1024 (210) bytes. This arises from the prevalence of sizes that are powers of two in modern digital memory architectures, coupled with the accident that 210 differs from 103 by only 2.4%. A kibibyte is defined by Clause 4 of IEC 80000-13 as 1024 bytes.

### How many kigabyte in a migabyte?

Kigabyte is a misspelling of gigabyte, and a kigabyte is what some people think a kilobyte is (see question: “What is a kigabyte”). Because you said how many kigabyte are in a migabyte (a misspelling of megabyte), I think the question you are asking is how many kilobytes are in a megabyte. The answer to that is below. 1024 kilobytes = 1 megabyte (1024 kb = 1 mb)

### How many kiga bytes are in a giga bytes?

There is no such thing as a kigabyte. There are however 1,048,576 kilobytes in a gigabyte.