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Pixels and Words

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Assume an average of five letters per word and a space between words, how does this compare to a picture taken by a digital camera with 5 megapixel image where each pixel of a color image requires 3 bytes of data (one for each primary color) A picture would be worth how many words? This is a question I need to answer for my Computer Literacy class. Please help
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