Binary Numbers

Before I show you binary numbers I want to show you how they work:

32 16 8 4 2 1

1   0    1  0 1 1

32+0 8+0+2+1=43

So 101011 would be 43. Basically a number doubles each time. If it adds up with the number it’s a 1 (yes) if it doesn’t it’s a 0 (no).

Do you know these Binary numbers?:

1=

2=

3=

4=

5=

6=

7=

8=

9=

10=

11=

12=

13=

14=

15=

16=

17=

18=

19=

20=

21=

22=

23=

24=

25=

26=

27=

28=

29=

30=

31=

32=

33=

34=

35=

36=

37=

38=

39=

Answers:

1=1

2=10

3=11

4=100

5=101

6=110

7=111

8=1000

9=1001

10=1010

11=1011

12=1100

13=1101

14=1110

15=1111

16=10000

17=10001

18=10010

19=10011

20=10100

21=10101

22=10110

23=10111

24=11000

25=11001

26=11010

27=11011

28=11100

29=11101

30=11110

31=11111

32=100000

33=100001

34=100010

35=100011

36=100100

37=100101

38=100110

39=100111

 

 

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