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A particular MP3 encoder can convert 79.0 kilobytes (kb) of music per second from a typical music CD. How many minutes will it take to convert 13.3 megabytes (Mb) of music from a CD?

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  1. 79.0 kilobytes = 0.07715 megabytes.

    0.07715 mB/s x #s = 13.3 megabytes.
    Solve for #s and convert to minutes.

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