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Q: What is binary value for 192?

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192 = 11000000

11000000

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The largest possible value using 8 bits in binary is actually quite simple. Binary is a numerical system that only uses 2 numbers (1 and 0) to determine value. Our system is decimal. (0-9) Now, a 'bit' is one number from the binary system. It can either be 1 or 0. So, 8 bits means using 8 digits in binary. 1 is greater than 0, so the largest value is 11111111. (8 'one's)

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