Two's complement is the way most computers represent positive or negative integers. To get the two's complement negative notation of an integer, you write out the number in binary. You then invert the digits, and add one to the result.

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Could be used when looking at how computers store data and examining the limitations of storing data in binary. Also useful as an independent learning tool or extension task when looking at converting denary to binary.