Binary Digit Binary Digit
bit = binary digit
"BIT" is a contraction of "BInary digiT"ie a bit is a binary digit.
11 and 7 (if you mean two separate 4-digit binary numbers) or 227 as one 8-digit binary number.
A binary (base-2) digit is similar to the more familiar decimal (base-10) digits - the main difference being that only two digits are used instead of 10, and the place-value of each position is 2 times as much as the one to the right, rather than 10 times as much. For more information, check the Wikipedia with the title "Radix".
No, binary is a number system.A binary digit is called a bit.
The only two numbers that represent a binary digit are 0 and 1