All computer data is represented using binary, a number system that uses 0s and 1s. Binary digits can be grouped together into bytes. There are two popular methods for converting binary to denary.
Computers process information as what kind of numbers?
How many bits are there in a nibble?
How many bytes are there in one kilobyte (kB)?
How many unique binary values would be available in an 8-bit image?
What is the smallest unit of data that can be represented inside the computer?
What is machine code?
Code that triggers actions in the CPU
Code that encrypts programs to keep them secure
Code written using a high-level programming language
With binary numbers, place values are always a power of what?
How many binary numbers would be available in a 4-bit system?
What is the equivalent denary number of the binary number 01001011?
What number does an even number end in when it is represented in binary?
It always ends in zero
It always ends in one
Either zero or one