1.3 – Number Systems

1.3 – Number Systems
Binary number system:  Binary number system is a numbering system in which there are only two possible values for each digit: 0 and 1. This also refers to any digital encoding/decoding system in which there are accurately two possible values. In digital data memory, processing, storage and communications, the 0 and 1 values are sometimes called “low” and “high,” respectively. Binary numbers look odd when they are written out directly. In a digital numeral, the digit extreme to the right is the “1s” digit; the next digit to the left is the “2s” digit; next comes the “4s” digit, then the…
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