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binary number

[′bīn·ə·rē ′nəm·bər]
(mathematics)
A number expressed in the binary number system of positional notation.

binary number

A number expressed in the base 2 numbering system. See binary and binary numbers.
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Electrical pulses could be coded with binary numbers.
The function is computed first by solving the equation [empty set] = 0 for y for a given d, then computing the IP terms one at a time and summing; each term has a factor which corresponds to the product of all the sequences of reflection coefficients mapped by a binary number.
Algorithm for 4x4 VM using Urdhva Tiryakbhyam for two binary numbers is shown below.
Why do you think the binary number system was created?
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In the binary number system, the number three needs to be written one-one, or 11.
The base-2 system is a binary number system in which each binary number represents a digital number consisting of the digits 0's and/or 1's.
The "binary Morse Code value" for a letter is obtained by taking the Morse Code symbol for the letter, replacing each dot with 0 and each dash with 1, and interpreting the result as a binary number.
Why did early computer designers avoid the binary number system?
These included memorising playing cards, abstract images, binary numbers, historic and future dates, names and faces, random words and spoken numbers.