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Q: What is the binary number 101 in decimal form?

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The decimal number 101 is represented by the binary number 1100101.

Binary(101) = Decimal(5).

Just as in decimal, you can put a minus sign in front. For example, if 101 (binary) is decimal 5, then -101 (binary) is decimal -5.

101 = 5

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5 = 101

1x2^2 + 0x2^1 + 1x2^0 = 4 + 0 + 1 = 5 in decimal

It doesn't. 82 base 10 = 101 0010 base 2

If you mean the character 'a', it has ANSI code 65 decimal therefore it will be 01000001 in binary, which is 0x41 in hex or 101 in octal.

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To convert a decimal number to a binary number, you need to have each number be an integer. So, the first step is to make sure your fractional part really is fractional. Convert each integer to binary separately. 1 and 4/5 to binary would be this: 1 -> 1 4 -> 100 5 -> 101 1 and 100/101 or 1001/101 If it's already in decimal form (instead of 1 and 4/5, you have 1.8), then there's no easy way to do it that I know of. This is partly because the only decimals in binary that don't continue on forever are those which, in fractions form, have denominators made only of 2's. 1/2, 1/4, 3/4, 1/8 and so on.

That number is "Binary" and is 101 in decimal; the number system most are familiar with: 65 in Hex. Translated to normal keyboard letters it is "e" .

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