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What's the Decimal Number? What’s the Binary Number? —m m
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NOTE: a short binary number like 101 is assumed to have *NOTE: 256 and 513 exceed the capacity of the flippy—do
leading Us for all the other bits, like: {10000101. Typically large but you can work it logically following what you know binary numbers are grouped in 4—bit chunks to improve about patterns with binary numbers. readability. for example: 0110 0101 1010 Questions: There is a simple pattern for determining if a binary number is odd. What is it and why does this pattern occur? How many bits would you need if you wanted to have the ability to count up to 1000? How high could you count in binary if you used all 10 of your fingers as bits? (finger up means 1, finger down
means 0) In your own words, describe hOW place value is used in the binary number system. Explain how it is similar or
different from the way place value is used in the base 10 number system.

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