Rather than tell you what the answer is, I think it better that you learn how to do this your self. By asking the question you must realize that each binary digit can have a value of one or zero. Just like with decimal numbers, the digit of lest value is on the right and has a decimal value of one. The digit immediately to its left has a value that is twice that of it neighbor to the right and also half the value of its neighbor to the left.
Here is the decimal values of 8 binary digits.
 decimal value
( 8)( 7)( 6)( 5)(4)(3)(2)(1) digit place
Lets convert 25 decimal into binary.
The largest decimal value that can be subtracted is 16 with 3 digits to the left, write down 3 zeros as place holders for the 3 left digits. Follow by a one.
25 - 16 = 9
The next binary digit to the right has a decimal value of 8 and can be subtracted from 9 so we write down another 1.
9 - 8 = 1
Now for each binary digit that has a decimal value greater than the remainder write a zero.
Now there is just the 1 left to deal with. Any time there is only 1 left you can just write down a 1.
So with that short intro to converting decimal into binary you should be dangerous enough to do your own decimal to binary conversions. (If still in doubt try, Google for an explanation that makes more sense to you).
15110 = 100101112
The number 4693 in binary is 1001001010101
16 is the 4th power of 2. So a hexadecimal number is converted to binary by replacing each hex digit by the 4-bit binary number having the same value. Conversely, in converting binary to hexadecimal, we group every 4 bits starting at the decimal (binary?) point and replace it with the equivalent hex digit. For example, the hexadecimal number 3F9 in binary is 1111111001, because 3 in binary is 11, F (decimal 15) is 1111, and 9 is 1001.
No, binary is a number system.A binary digit is called a bit.
A 0 or 1 in a binary number is called a bit. A binary number is made up of only ones and zeroes.
A nibble is 4 bits, so the largest unsigned number is 1111, or 15. Also, the largest signed number is 0111, or 7.
The binary number 1111 = 15
11 in binary form: 1011 11 is binary form of 3
The number ten (10 in decimal format) is 1010 in binary form. The binary number 10 is 2 in decimal form.
The binary number 11101100 = 236
1010 is the number 10 represented in binary form.
Binary form of 18 is "10010"
In binary form it is 1010001.
33 in decimal is 100001 in binary.
Express it as a sum of powers of 2, thus: 15 = 8 + 4 + 2 + 1. The binary representation has a one for every power of two that is present and 0 when not. So 15, in binary, is 1111.
15 = 1111
The binary number 10 represents the number 2
Its all in binary really. As each binary number refers to the pixel it will hold to form the shape after.