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Q: How do you represent a negative number in Binary Coded Decimal?

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First forgot negative sign and convert decimal number to binary and then make it's 2's compliment. It will give you exactly binary number of that negative decimal number.

There is no largest number, either decimal or binary.

The binary number 10111100111111101010 corresponds to the decimal number 774122.

with hexidecimal you neednt use as many chartictors to represent a number. in binary 15 would be 01111 where as in hex it would be E resulting in much quicker coding times

Count them: 643(10)=1010000011(2)

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First forgot negative sign and convert decimal number to binary and then make it's 2's compliment. It will give you exactly binary number of that negative decimal number.

The binary number 10000000 represents the decimal 128

231

The binary equivalent for the decimal number 23 is 10111

10111

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.

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10 digits.

5

If that's binary, it's 57 base 10

It takes 7 digits.

For the simple reason that the 'places' in a binary number represent multiples of 2, rather than 10. Therefore, a binary '10' = a decimal '2.'

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