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Q: What does one and zero mean in binary form?

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Decimal 10 (Ten) equals the Binary number 1010 (One Zero One Zero) Binary 10 (One Zero) equals the Decimal number 2 (Two)

Those are the digits used in binary - and it means the same as elsewhere: the digits one and zero.

The binary system uses two digits, zero and one.

Zero and one

This is an operation in which each zero is changed to a one, and each one is changed to a zero.

One and zero

Zero and one.

two, zero & one

Zero and one.

do i claim one or zero on my 1040 form

There are only two digits used in binary: 0 (zero) and 1 (one).

No, binaries are a very complex system of zeroes and ones. Like a data code. For example: 1+1=10 in the binary form, there is one 2 and zero 1's.

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