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In a 16 bit number there must be from zero to 16 '1'. If a bit does not have value zero then it has a value of 1. Nothing else can be represented by a bit.

Example 0000 is a 4 bit number. Each bit is a zero. 1010 is also a four bit number.

0000111100001111 is a 16 bit number.

1100110011000001 is also a 16 bit number.

Q: How many '1's are there in a 16 bit binary sequence?

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16 (decimal) = 10000 (binary).

16 Mb in binary notation can be refered to as 16*1024 bits. A bit is represented with a lower case "b".

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56 = 32 + 16 + 8 so binary 0011 1000

hexadecimal can express 16 bit binary in 4 place form, not 16.

The most common binary word length for audio is 16-bit. Bit depths of 20- and 24-bit resolution are also commonly used.

216-1 or (2^16)-1

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Plus or minus 65,535

It is 10110100. 128 + 32 + 16 + 4 = 180