Help Me Please

HI GUYS Suppose I want to store ten three-minute songs on my flash drive. Each song has two tracks of uncompressed CD-quality audio. How many megabytes of free space do I need on my flash drive to store these songs?

You want so save 30 minutes of uncompressed CD Audio in WAV format on your flash drive if I understand you correctly?

That would take up approx 303 MiB (318 MB).

Uncompressed CD Audio uses 16 bits per channel (2 channels) sampled 44,100 times per second, so you can calculate the required space from those numbers (except for a little bit of overhead in the WAV file header):

Bytes required = (2 channels * 16 bit/sample/channel / 8 bit/byte) * 44,100 sample/sec * 60 sec/min * 30 min