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Digital Literacy Computer Basics Computer Basics Binary

i didnt understand te last example

the last example is 8+2 how did the eight come ?

3 Answers

Steve Cameron
Steve Cameron
3,117 Points

The value for each position (from right to left) is multiplied by 2.

so the rightmost position counts for 1, the second 2 (1x2), the third 4 (2x2) the fourth 8 (4x2), and so on.. 16, 32, 64, 128

You add the values of every ( 1 ) to get the binary value of the byte.

This post might help :)

thnks <3