# 1 Flop in Megaflops

Computer Speed
Flop
Megaflop
Convert → 1 Megaflop to Flop
1 Flop = 0.000001 Megaflops

## How many Megaflops are in 1 Flop?

The answer is 1 Flop is equal to 0.000001 Megaflops and that means we can also write it as 1 Flop = 0.000001 Megaflops. Feel free to use our online unit conversion calculator to convert the unit from Flop to Megaflop. Just simply enter value 1 in Flop and see the result in Megaflop. You can also Convert 2 Flops to Megaflops

## How to Convert 1 Flop to Megaflop (1 flop to Mflop)

By using our Flop to Megaflop conversion tool, you know that one Flop is equivalent to 0.000001 Megaflop. Hence, to convert Flop to Megaflop, we just need to multiply the number by 0.000001. We are going to use very simple Flop to Megaflop conversion formula for that. Pleas see the calculation example given below.

$$\text{1 Flop} = 1 \times 0.000001 = \text{0.000001 Megaflops}$$

## What is Flop Unit of Measure?

Flop is a unit of measurement for computer performance. Flop, also known as flops, stands for floating point operations per second.

## What is the symbol of Flop?

The symbol of Flop is flop. This means you can also write one Flop as 1 flop.

## What is Megaflop Unit of Measure?

Megaflop is a unit of measurement for computer performance. Megaflop is a multiple of computer performance unit flop. One megaflop is equal to 1e6 flops.

## What is the symbol of Megaflop?

The symbol of Megaflop is Mflop. This means you can also write one Megaflop as 1 Mflop.

## Flop to Megaflop Conversion Table (1-10)

Flop [flop]Megaflop [Mflop]
10.000001
20.000002
30.000003
40.000004
50.000005
60.000006
70.000007
80.000008
90.000009
100.00001

## Flop to Other Units Conversion Table

Flop [flop]Output
1 flop in kiloflop is equal to0.001
1 flop in megaflop is equal to0.000001
1 flop in gigaflop is equal to1e-9
1 flop in teraflop is equal to1e-12
1 flop in petaflop is equal to1e-15
1 flop in exaflop is equal to1e-18

## Convert 1 Flop to Other Computer Speed Units

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