I forgot to ask you about this question on Saturday.

Ok I get the same answer up until you convert to Mhz which is 10^6. So I multiply 21267973.87 by 10^6 and you get 2.13, rounded up. All the other questions I get the correct answer when I X the answer by 10^6 except this one

I’m lost. Why are you multiplying that by 10^6? The formula on your screen is the whole formula (assuming the last part is 10 to the -12 as it’s off the screen a bit).

No, Paul, you get MHz by just counting up the numbers. Count the number of digits left of the decimal place. So 21267973.87 is 21,267,973.87, so about 21.3 million, and million is megabytes.

That’s exactly right. You’re starting in hertz, so to get megahertz (millions of hertz) you have to divide by 10^6, or just count 6 places to the left, exactly as you said.