# How do you convert decimal numbers to binary numbers?

Binary numbers start with a column with the value of 1 on the right side. The next column, to the left, has double the value (which is 2), the next left doubles again (whi…ch is 4), then 8, 16, 32, 64, 128 etc. The inclusion of a number 1 in a column means that the number should be included in the total. The inclusion of a zero in a column means that the number should not be counted. Using just this combination of 1s and 0s any number can be represented. For example... 1 = 1 2 = 10 3 = 11 4 = 100 10 = 1010 15 = 1111 65 = 1000001 To convert the numbers from binary to decimal you can simply use a calculator and starting at the right side of the binary number if the first digit is 1 then add 1 to your calculator. If it is zero don't add anything, move left to the next column, if there is a 1 in this column add 2 to your total on your calculator, if it is a zero don't add anything, continue doing this, doubling the value for each column and adding the number if there is a 1 and ignoring it if there is a zero. For example.... The binary number 1100, starting at the right has 0 in the 1 column, 0 in the 2 column, 1 in the 4 column and 1 in the 8 column, so you would ignore 1 and 2 and simply add 4 + 8, giving your a value of 12, which is correct.

# How do you convert a decimal number to a binary number?

Binary numbers start with a column with the value of 1 on the right side. The next column, to the left, has double the value (which is 2), the next left doubles again (which i…s 4), then 8, 16, 32, 64, 128 etc. The inclusion of a number 1 in a column means that the number should be included in the total. The inclusion of a zero in a column means that the number should not be counted. Using just this combination of 1s and 0s any number can be represented. For example... 1 = 1 2 = 10 3 = 11 4 = 100 10 = 1010 15 = 1111 65 = 1000001 To convert decimals to binary numbers, a value of 1 in a digit place represents that exponential value of 2. For a four-digit binary number, these represent values of 8, 4, 2, and 1. Larger numbers will include larger values of 2. Converting decimals To convert a decimal number to a binary number, repeatedly divide by 2, rounding down in each step, remembering the remainders, until the result is zero. Write down the remainders in reverse order, and you have the binary number. Here is another easy way to do this. First make a table that represents x2 multiplier as shown. Then take number such as 194, look at the table and put a 1 under the largest number that fits into 194, which is 128. Then subtract that, so we now have 66 left, move down the line now and look at 64. This goes into 66 once so put a 1 in that column as well. Now we have only 2 left so none of the numbers in the list will work until the number 2, so put 0's in all but 2. After this the number is 0, so the rest will be zero. The binary representative for 194 is 11000010. The number 1567 is also shown for example. (1024) (512) (256) (128) (64) (32) (16) (8) (4) (2) (1) 11000010 is the value (128+64+0+0+0+2+0 = 194) 11000011111 is the value (1024+512+0+0+0+0+16+8+4+2+1 = 1567) --- Binary to Decimal To convert the numbers from binary to decimal you can simply use a calculator and starting at the right side of the binary number if the first digit is 1 then add 1 to your calculator. If it is zero don't add anything, move left to the next column, if there is a 1 in this column add 2 to your total on your calculator, if it is a zero don't add anything, continue doing this, doubling the value for each column and adding the number if there is a 1 and ignoring it if there is a zero. For example.... The binary number 1100, starting at the right has 0 in the 1 column, 0 in the 2 column, 1 in the 4 column and 1 in the 8 column, so you would ignore 1 and 2 and simply add 4 + 8, giving your a value of 12, which is correct.

# Convert binary numbers into decimal numbers?

Binary numbers start with a column with the value of 1 on the right side. The next column, to the left, has double the value (which is 2), the next left doubles again (which i…s 4), then 8, 16, 32, 64, 128 etc. The inclusion of a number 1 in a column means that the number should be included in the total. The inclusion of a zero in a column means that the number should not be counted. Using just this combination of 1s and 0s any number can be represented. For example... 1 = 1 2 = 10 3 = 11 4 = 100 10 = 1010 15 = 1111 65 = 1000001 To convert the numbers from binary to decimal you can simply use a calculator and starting at the right side of the binary number if the first digit is 1 then add 1 to your calculator. If it is zero don't add anything, move left to the next column, if there is a 1 in this column add 2 to your total on your calculator, if it is a zero don't add anything, continue doing this, doubling the value for each column and adding the number if there is a 1 and ignoring it if there is a zero. For example.... The binary number 1100, starting at the right has 0 in the 1 column, 0 in the 2 column, 1 in the 4 column and 1 in the 8 column, so you would ignore 1 and 2 and simply add 4 + 8, giving your a value of 12, which is correct.

# How do you convert a binary number to a decimal number?

First, realize that instead of one's, ten's, hundred's, thousand's etc. places you find in decimal, a binary number has a one's, two's, four's, eight's, sixteen's etc. places.… Start at the one's place. If there is a one here start with one. Move to the left, whenever there is a one, add the corresponding place value to your total until you've reached the leftmost digit. Example: Convert 1011011001 in binary to decimal: =1(1)+0(2)+0(4)+1(8)+1(16)+0(32)+1(64)+1(128)+0(256)+1(512)=729 Notice the bolded digits are the same in the original from right to left. The italicized numbers are the appropriate powers of 2. Binary numbers start with a column with the value of 1 on the right side. The next column, to the left, has double the value (which is 2), the next left doubles again (which is 4), then 8, 16, 32, 64, 128 etc. The inclusion of a number 1 in a column means that the number should be included in the total. The inclusion of a zero in a column means that the number should not be counted. Using just this combination of 1s and 0s any number can be represented. For example... 1 = 1 2 = 10 3 = 11 4 = 100 10 = 1010 15 = 1111 65 = 1000001

# How do you Convert binary number 10000001 to decimal?

First you have to break it down into a base of 10 like so: (10000001)2 = (1x107)+(0x106)+(0x105)+(0x104)+(0x103)+(0x102)+(0x101)+(1x100) Next you convert the base 10 into …2 (just replacing each 10 you see above with a 2) and carry out the equation: (1x27)+(0x26)+(0x25)+(0x24)+(0x23)+(0x22)+(0x21)+(1x20) = (129)10 129 should be your answer

# Convert the binary number 11111000 to decimal?

it depends , wether it is igned or unsigned number 2^7 +2^6 +2^5 + 2^4 + 2^3 =248 0r (-2^7) + 2^6 +2^5 + 2^4 + 2^3 = -8

# How is a binary number converted to a decimal number?

This is done in the same manner of converting a number in anynon-decimal base (not base 10) to a decimal (base 10) number: In each base system, the place value columns are th…e base timesbigger than the column to its right. The column before the base-point is the units or ones column. Thenext column left is the 1 Ã base = base column, the next columnleft is the base Ã base = baseÂ² column and so on. To convert the number, sum each each digit of the base multipliedby its place value column. For base 2, the place value columns (left from just left of thebinary-point) are 1, 2, 2Â² = 4, 2Â³ = 8, 16, 32, ... As a binary number only has 1s and 0s, converting a binary numberto decimal is simply adding together the value of the place valuecolumns that have a 1. eg 101101â = 32 Ã 1 + 16 Ã 0 + 8 Ã 1 + 4 Ã 1 + 2 Ã 0 + 1 Ã 1 = 32 +8 + 4 + 1 = 45

# Convert 110010 binary numbers to decimals?

Just like demical numbers follow a power rule: (5 x 10^1)+(0 x 10^0) = 50 Binary numbers have similar rules using 2's instead of 10's. The representation of 110010 would be (1… x 2^5)+(1 x 2^4)+(0 x 2^3)+(0 x 2^2)+(1 x 2^1)+(0 x 2^0); which is 32+16+0+0+2+0=50.

# Convert binary number 11111 to decimal?

31 is the correct answer. We arrive at the answer by the following process: 24 + 23 + 22 + 21 + 20 = 16+8+4+2+1=31 in decimal.

# How do you convert decimal number 93 to binary?

To convert any number in any base to another base, simply iteratively divide by the second base, using the rules of arithmetic for the first base, recording the remainders in …reverse order, until the quotient is zero. For example, answering the question of how to convert 9310 to 10111012... 93 divided by 2 is 46 remainder 1 46 divided by 2 is 23 remainder 0 23 divided by 2 is 11 remainder 1 11 divided by 2 is 5 remainder 1 5 divided by 2 is 2 remainder 1 2 divided by 2 is 1 remainder 0 1 divided by 2 is 0 remainder 1 The answer, reading the remainders from bottom to top, is 10111012. This was not a good example, because the answer is palindromic, and can be read the same way forwards and backwards. Here is another example, converting 3710 into 1001012. 37 divided by 2 is 18 remainder 1 18 divided by 2 is 9 remainder 0 9 divided by 2 is 4 remainder 1 4 divided by 2 is 2 remainder 0 2 divided by 2 is 1 remainder 0 1 divided by 2 is 0 remainder 1 The answer is 1001012.

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# How do you convert binary number 10111100111111101010 to a decimal?

The binary number 10111100111111101010 corresponds to the decimal number 774122.

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# How do you convert decimal number 147 to binary?

Simply divide by two, each time recording the remainder (either 1 or 0). 147/2 = 73 r 1 73/2 = 36 r 1 36/2 = 18 r 0 18/9 = 9 r 0 9/2 = 4 r 1 4/2 = 2 r 0 2/1 = 1 …r 0 1/2 = 0 r 1. Now... reading from the bottom up - the remainder digits give you the binary number. In this case... 10010011.

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# How do you convert decimal number 203 to binary?

Sequentially divide it by two, rounding down each time and recording the remainder. Read that sequence of remainders backwards, and that is your binary value. 203 / 2 = 101 …R 1 101 / 2 = 50 R 1 50 / 2 = 25 R 0 25 / 2 = 12 R 1 12 / 2 = 6 R 0 6 / 2 = 3 R 0 3 / 2 = 1 R 1 1 / 2 = 0 R 1 So 203 in decimal can be expressed as 11001011 in binary. Now we can confirm this: 1 * 128 + 1 * 64 + 0 * 32 + 0 * 16 + 1 * 8 + 0 * 4 + 1 * 2 + 1 * 1 = 128 + 64 + 8 + 2 + 1 = 203

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# How do you convert numbers in binary to decimal form?

Converting from binary to decimal: 1. Write the binary digits in a column, least-significant bitfirst. Thus 10110100 would be written: 0 < least-significant bit 0 1 0 1 0 1 1… < most-significant bit 2. Multiply each digit by increasing powers of 2, starting with2^0: 0 x 2^0 = 0 0 x 2^1 = 0.
1 x 2^2 = 4.
0 x 2^3 = 0.
1 x 2^4 = 16 .
0 x 2^5 = 0.
1 x 2^6 = 64.
1 x 2^7 = 128.
3. Sum the products:.
128 + 64 + 0 + 16 + 0 + 4 + 0 + 0 = 212.
Thus 10110100 binary is 212 decimal..
To reverse the process, repeatedly divide by 2 and take theremainder. Thus to convert 212 decimal to binary:.
212 / 2 = 106 r 0.
106 / 2 = 53 r 0.
53 / 2 = 26 r 1.
26 / 2 = 13 r 0.
13 / 2 = 6 r 1.
6 / 2 = 3 r 0.
3 / 2 = 1 r 1.
1 / 2 = 0 r 1.
Read the remainders in reverse order (bottom up): 11010100.

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# How do I convert Binary numbers to decimal numbers?

By adding the value of the digits. Base 10 places increase by powers of 10. Base 2 places increase by powers of 2. 2^0 = 1 2^1 = 2 2^2 = 4 2^3 = 8 an…d so on. A base 2 number like 1101 would have one 1, one 4 and one 8. The base 10 equivalent is 13.