Function Of Memory And Its Measuring Units.

Q3. What is the function of memory? What are its measuring units?

Ans. The memory temporarily holds the data and information during processing.

The smallest unit of memory is a byte (8 bits). A byte can store one character in binary form. Other measuring units are kilobyte (KB) equal to 1024 (210) bytes, Megabyte (MB) equal to 1024 KB, Gigabyte (GB) equal to 1024 MB and Terabyte (TB) equal to 1024 GB.

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