Assuming that the mp3 files are exactly 5 MB.
1000 / 5 = 200 mp3 files in 1 GB flash drive.
4 GB = 4, 000 MB
ANSWER: There are 800 mp3 files can be stored on a 4 GB folder.
4000mb / 5mb = 800
The answer is 800 mp3 files
Explanation: Roughly, a gigabyte is formed by 1024 megabytes. One gigabyte is not equal to 1000 MB, because flash memory drives are made in such a way it is patterned to the binary structure. If each song is 5 megabytes large, simply floor-divide 1024 by 5. Floor division is just as similar as regular division as we know it, we take off the remainders or decimal places out of the answer.
1024//5 = 204.8
We will exclude the 0.8 left, because it is not a whole song.
Therefore, there are 204 songs that can be stored in a 1 GB Flash Memory.
1 GB = 1000 MB
Divide 1000 by 5, and you'll get 200.
You can fit 200 mp3 files on a 1GB flash drive.
Devide it it will come 200
1Gb = 1000 Mb
1000 MB divided by 5mb/file = 200 mp3 files
In a one gigabyte USB flash drive, a total of 200 mp3 files can be stored.
However, the technology of USB flash drives are not accurate. Some of that space is used for functions needed for the USB to work well. Hence, why the gigabyte USB is not a perfect gigabyte, but usually in between 900~980mb in size.