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Binary number system

Binary number system – The binary number system is a number system that has only two digits, 0 (zero) and 1. Binary numbers are made from a series of zeros and ones. An example of an 8-bit binary number is 11010010. The prefix ?bi? in the word binary is a Latin root for the word ?two.?

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