binary numeral

binary numeral

[′bī‚ner·ē ′nüm·rəl]
(mathematics)
One of the two digits 0 and 1 used in writing a number in binary notation.
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An understanding of place-value numeration occurs on many levels; it may include an understanding of tens and ones, computational procedures, decimal numerals, binary numerals, or scientific notation.