Classic Questions

- Why do computers use the binary number system?
- Which digits are used to represent binary numbers?
- Each hexadecimal digit is represented by how many binary digits?
- What's the biggest digit you can represent in binary with 8 bits?
- What's the TOTAL NUMBER of digits you can represent in binary with 8-bits?
- Why would you get an
**overflow error**if you add these two binary nibbles: 1000 and 1000? - Why do programmers use hexadecimal instead of denary?
- Explain how binary could be used to encode a black and white image.
- Put these in order of size with the smallest first: terabyte, bit, byte, megayte, gigabyte, nibble
- How many bits are in a nibble?
- How many nibbles are in a bit?
- How many bits are in a byte?
- How many bytes are in a kilobyte?
- The ASCII character set uses 7 bits to encode each letter. What is the maximum number of characters that can be encoded?
- What is a limitation of ASCII and how can this be overcome?
- How is the character 'A' (65) represented in binary?
- How many bits do you need to encode 128 different characters?
- What is the impact on storage requirements of increasing the resolution of an image being stored?

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