Q: What decimal is the binary number 1000?

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The binary number 1000 is the decimal (base 10) number 8. The digits in a binary number are exponents of 2 rather than 10, so that for a four-digit number in binary, the digit places represent 8, 4, 2, 1 1000 (binary) = 8 + (0x4) + (0x2) + (0x1) = 8

1000 base 10 = 11 1110 1000 base 2

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

The binary equivalent of the decimal number 245 is 11110101.

decimal [ 123 ] = binary [ | | | | 0 | | ]

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The binary number 10000000 represents the decimal 128

10 digits.

The binary number 1000 is the decimal (base 10) number 8. The digits in a binary number are exponents of 2 rather than 10, so that for a four-digit number in binary, the digit places represent 8, 4, 2, 1 1000 (binary) = 8 + (0x4) + (0x2) + (0x1) = 8

It's 8. (Next time you can use calc.exe of your windows.)

8 in decimal is 1000 in binary

1000 base 10 = 11 1110 1000 base 2

8

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

Every decimal number can be represented by a binary number - and conversely.

The binary equivalent of the decimal number 245 is 11110101.

decimal [ 123 ] = binary [ | | | | 0 | | ]

Decimal 11 = binary 1011