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How long would it take to read the same file from the hard drive (at a rate of 1 byte every 15 microseconds)?

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  1. Shane_B
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    Probably need to know how many bytes are in the file :)

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    1 gigabyte = 1 billion bytes

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    If the file size is 1GB and it takes 15ms to read each byte, simply multiple 15ms by 1 billion.

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    And technically, 1GB = 1024^3 bytes

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