The largest binary number is 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . It is equivalent to the decimal number 1,023 .
the largest binary number is 1.84467440737e19. to figure this out you put 2 to the exponent of the certain amount of bits. Eg: 2^64 equals the binary number
To achieve the answer to what the decimal equivalent of the largest binary number with five places (or bits) is, work this equation: The formula is 2_ -1 where n is the number of bits. That will get you where you need to be.
1111111111111111 (216 - 1 = 65535)
The answer to your question is 4095 in decimalIn binary 111111111111If your having trouble with binary here is a link that will help understand it all a bit better.http://knol.google.com/k/zach-bacon/counting-in-binary-for-beginners/11ezkn0ytzmdj/3#
31 - it's binary equivalent is 11111
It would be 2^24 + 2^(24-1) and so on until 2^0 is reached. For those who dont care to do the math it is 29360127.
A nibble is 4 bits, so the largest unsigned number is 1111, or 15. Also, the largest signed number is 0111, or 7.
255 as a decimal number (also known as a base 10 number) = 11111111 in binary (also known as a base 2 number). In binary, each digit is known as a bit, and 8 bits are known as 1 byte. 255 is the largest (positive) number you can make in binary using only 8 bits (1 byte).
11b which is 1*2 + 1*1 = 3 would be for two bits. But a byte is 8 bits, so 2 bytes is 16 bits. The largest binary number is [2^16 - 1], which is 65535 (base ten)
Assuming you interpret the bits as an unsigned number, that would be 1111111111 in binary, or 1023 (210 - 1) in decimal.
It is Bin(1111111111111111) = Dec(65535).