1.2.4 binary revision - Coggle Diagram
1.2.4 binary revision
Binary only uses 1's and 0's
When shifting one to the left you times the number by two.
When shifting one to the right you divide the number by two.
An overflow error is if the shift to the left or right would result in a 1 being lost
This might cause programs to crash or result in loss of accuracy
1+1=0 (carry 1)
1+1+1=1 (carry 1)
It's a number system that computers use to show numbers, letters, audio.
A way for computers to store and read data.
All data inputted into a computer is translated into 1's and 0's
Binary has a 'base 2'
Denary is the basic number system that we use in everyday life.
Denary has a 'Base 10'
Uses 10 numeric symbols (0123456789)