The number 256 in binary would be 100000000
The decimal equivalent would be 14
The binary number 11.1 in decimal would be 3.5
In hexadecimal, that would be 0x2E, which is equivalent to 46 in decimal, which in binary is 101110.
The binary equivalent would be... 1010101101011101 - There is a multi-functional calculator built-in to Windows which can covert numbers between Hex, Decimal, Octal and Binary.
There are no need to place 0s at the start of a binary nuimber as they have no value. So, the number 110110 would be the equivalent of 54. See the related link, 'Binary Numbers' below this answer.
It would be 10100.
The number 47 in binary would be 101111
The binary number 10 represents 2. The decimal number 10 in binary would be 1010.
That initial zero at the far left is unnecessary and it doesn't meant anything, but without it your binary would be 1010101 and your decimal would be 85.
IF you are asking what that binary number is in decimal form... it would be 7. The question though seems to be asking waht that decimal number is in binary. You want to know what 111 is in binary? 1101111. Try using google. "111 in binary" as a search phrase gives you the answer.