The biggest number that can be represented in one byte is 11111111. Binary numbers have the ability to added together in a fashion similar to decimal numbers.
The address of the last byte in a 512 mega byte memory, expressed as a decimal number, is 536,870,911.
Nobody knows what you are talking about, but if you mean what the biggest number is in a byte, it is 255 or 127. The former is only for unsigned, while the latter is the maximun if the byte is signed. If you mean how many numbers can be represented, it is 256 or 128. Again, the former is if it is unsigned and the latter is if it is signed.
A byte represented of 8 bits
If the byte represents a signed number, values commonly go from minus 128 to plus 127. If the byte represents an unsigned number, values commonly go from 0 to 255.
255 is the largest decimal number. 1 byte (8 bits) can store 256 *values* (0-255).
The term used to describe smallest possible element in computer memory is byte. Some people may say bit. But logically, that's incorrect. Each character is represented by 8 bits or 1 byte. In Unicode it is represented by 16 bits or 2 bytes.
One byte can represent 256 colours.
Byte is the smallest amount you can get in regards to computer storage.
A byte is the smallest unit of storage. Mostly anything you do can take up a byte.
0.00195 KB equals 2 bytes
No. 1 byte = 8 bits. 5000 is represented as 110101110000110000. As the no. of binary digits is more then 8, so 500 cannot be represented in a byte.
A Byte is a set of 8 bits. a Bit is an on or an off represented by a 0 or a 1
It is not possible. A Byte is 8 bits, the largest possible 8 bit number is '11111111' which is only 255 (in normal decimal numbers).
28-1 = 255
That would be a byte
There is basically one way to write hexadecimal numbers. Of course, the numbers represent information, and this information can be represented in may other ways; some of them are in binary (4 binary digits for each hexadecimal digit), in decimal, or each byte as as decimal number (as in the dotted decimal notation used for IP version 4 numbers).
255 as a decimal number (also known as a base 10 number) = 11111111 in binary (also known as a base 2 number). In binary, each digit is known as a bit, and 8 bits are known as 1 byte. 255 is the largest (positive) number you can make in binary using only 8 bits (1 byte).
A byte is the smallest addressable unit of storage.