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With 8 bits, it possible to represent 256 different integer values. How many bits do you need to represent as many integer values (512)?
Which of the following only requires a single bit of storage to represent the data?
Consider the following numbers.
I. Binary 11110
II. Hexadecimal 1E
III. Decimal 24
Which of the following lists the numbers that are equivalent?
Which of the following is the binary equivalent to the decimal number 218?
Rank the following from largest to smallest.
I. Binary: 1000101
II. Decimal: 70
III. Hexadecimal: 40
Which of the following is correct about data?
I. Recorded information about the world
II. Sets of computer readable information
III. Graphs and charts
Which of the following is not an advantage to using a computer to gather and process data?
Which of the following are equivalent representations of the same number?
Which of the following can be represented in a binary state? Choose two answers.
What is the minimum number of binary place values required to store the sum of the decimal numbers 2 and 6?