# What is the larest binary number a nibble can hold?

A nibble is 4 bits, so the largest unsigned number is 1111, or 15. Also, the largest signed number is 0111, or 7.

### What is 10001110101 in binary code mean?

Actually, that answer is incorrect. Binary is used to hold information. However, without a context, the information can only be translated as a number. There are two types of binary integers (ironic, right?). The first type is called unsigned. The second type is called signed. If you have an unsigned binary integer, the number can only be positive. If you have a signed binary integer, the first number indicates the sign of the number (and…

### What is a binary tree?

A binary tree is a data structure consisting of binary nodes. A binary node is a data structure with two branches, each of which may hold a reference to another binary node. These branches are known as the left and right branches respectively. Since the nodes maintain references to every other node in the tree, it is only necessary to keep track of the root node.

### Why does a decimal value waste memory space?

Decimal (more formally, binary coded decimal) values store numeric information as digits encoded using the four bit binary equivalents: 0 (0000) to 9 (1001). That means a single byte can hold values between 0 and 99. But simply using the same byte to hold a binary value will yield values between 0 and 255 (or –128 and +127).

### How much is the amount of information does a computer holds?

That would depend on the amount of RAM. You can hold even more with external hard drives. Here is the memory conversion table for reference. 1 binary digit = 1 bit 4 bits = 1 nibble 8 bits = 1 byte ~1000 bytes = 1 Kilobyte (KB) ~1000 KB's = 1 Megabytes (MB) ~1000 MB's = Gigabyte (GB) ~1000 GB's = 1 Terrabyte (TB)

### Why is it easier to convert numbers from binary to hexadecimal than decimal to hexadecimal?

Each hexadecimal digit can hold one of 16 values (0-F); 16 = 2^4, so exactly 4 bits (binary digits) can hold the same value as 1 hexadecimal digit. As a result the conversion from binary to hexadecimal is simply a matter of grouping the bits together in blocks of 4 (making nybbles) and converting each block into a single hexadecimal digit. Similarly for binary to octal but in this case as 8 = 2³ the…

### How do computers store data?

it converts the request into binary digits ............... and its stores the data in a database. as a table format. The binary data can then be written onto a magnetic disc or tape. The data can also be held in a silicon chip, arranged with a grid of memory locations, called a memory chip. Some chips need power applied in order to hold data. RAM Others can hold data permanently, ROM Others can hold data…

### What is an 8 bit binary code?

Numbers can be represented not only in decimal but also in binary where the base instead of being 10 is now 2. In decimal we have the primitive symbols 0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9 and the base 10 is not a primitive symbol but formed by two primitive symbols. In binary the primitive symbols are 0,1 and the base 2 is not a primitive symbol but formed by two primitive symbols. Just like we have in decimal the unit…

### Why use a cell in worksheet for phone number?

A worksheet can hold all sorts of data, so it is valid to hold a phone number in a worksheet. You can put all sorts of things into cells like text, dates, number, logical values and formulas. A worksheet can hold all sorts of data, so it is valid to hold a phone number in a worksheet. You can put all sorts of things into cells like text, dates, number, logical values and formulas. A…

### How do you type the Hungarian Umlauts?

There is a number of different Umlauts you can try: ß: Hold alt and type 0223 (On the Number Pad) ö: Hold alt and type 0246(On the Number Pad) å: Hold alt and type 0274(On the Number Pad) There are a number of different combination's. But to do it is holding the Alt button and doing various numbers on the Number Pad

### How do you make a music note on your computer?

Hold down ALT, then hold down 1 on your number keyboard and then hold down 4 on your number keyboard. Then to make another note hold down ALT then 1 on your number keyboard and then hold down 3 on your number keyboard. This only works on DESKTOP COMPUTERS!!! Not labtops or iPhone 3-Gs. For laptops, you press number lock. Then Press Alt. Then you press J U or J L. J U- ♫ J…

### What is the largest hexadecimal number that can be held in one word?

The answer depends on the number of binary digits (BITS) in the word. The largest 8-BIT hexadecimal word will be 16^8 -1 = 4,294,967,295.Nowadays, 32 and 64 bit words are common: a 64 bit word could hold a number greater than 1.1*10^77 while a 128 bit word (not yet in common use) would exceed 1.3*10^154 or a Googol^1.5

### What is the difference between binary codes and binary digits?

There are just two binary digits, which are 0 and 1. "Binary digits" is often shortened down to "Bits". Putting binary digits together you can make up the codes that are used to store various characters from your keyboard. For example the binary code for "A" is 01000001. In decimal that would be 65. For "a" the binary code 01100001, which is 97 in decimal. The letters, digits, punctuation symbols and other characters on your…

### Sentences that contain an uncountable noun and a binary noun?

The term 'binary noun' refers to the names of divided objects such as trousers, jeans, pants, pliers, scales, scissors, sunglasses, spectacles, etc. In the English language they are all plural, and have no singular forms. An 'uncountable noun' (unc.) relates to something which cannot literally be counted. e.g. lightning, measles, luggage, silver, sodium Example sentences: * "Oh dear! I have packed my sunglasses (binary) in my luggage (unc.) , and my luggage (unc.) is in…

### What is register counter?

A register is a device that can hold a binary number or series of bits. Most registershave the ability to shift, or rotate, the series of bits to the right or left. A counter is a similar device that does not shift bits but can be incremented by one or more of it's inputs (counting). A good way to see what they do is to look up digital logic devices and read about registers and…