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Bit, short for Binary Digit.

The decimal system we normally use is base 10. That means that each position has 10 times the place-value of the digit to the right of it.Binary is base 2. Hexadecimal is base 16.

The decimal system we normally use is base 10. That means that each position has 10 times the place-value of the digit to the right of it.Binary is base 2. Hexadecimal is base 16.

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No, binary is a number system.A binary digit is called a bit.

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Because each digit can only be one of two things 0 or 1

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BIT means binary digit. So it is binary.

In binary, the digit 1 is the highest digit in the system (consisting of 0 and 1). In a boolean machine language, a 1 is interpreted as "true".

The freeway numbering system was developed in 1957. In this system, continental US states are assigned a one or two-digit number that is less than 100.

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