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Helen has a flash drive that can hold 5120 megabytes. If she puts on 896-megabytes file and one 1232-megabytes file on it,

Helen has a flash drive that can hold 5120 megabytes. If she puts 896-megabytes file and one 1232-megabytes file on it, how many more megabytes can the flash drive hold?

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Parviz F. | Mathematics professor at Community CollegesMathematics professor at Community Colle...
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 Mega = 1.000,000 = 10^6
 
  5120 MB = 5. 120 X10^9 GB( Giga Byte)
 
   5, 120 - ( 896 + 1232 ) = 2, 991 MB   / Mega Byte left). 

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Steve S. | Tutoring in Precalculus, Trig, and Differential CalculusTutoring in Precalculus, Trig, and Diffe...
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Helen has a flash drive that can hold 5120 megabytes. If she puts 896-megabytes file and one 1232-megabytes file on it, how many more megabytes can the flash drive hold?
 
5120 - 896 - 1232 =
 
4120 - 896 - 232 =
 
3120 - 96 - 32 =
 
3100 - 96 - 12 =
 
3000 - 6 - 2 =
 
2992 megabytes

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James P. | Experienced Math TutorExperienced Math Tutor
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5120-896-1232=2992 megabytes

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