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Its the language computers use to do everything, everything is in binary and converted using the ASCII

Binary stars are very useful for determining the mass of the stars and thus any objects orbiting around them.

It depends which integer! The website in the related link should help. It was really useful for me ! .

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It depends on how they are defined and since you have not bothered to share that crucial bit of information, I cannot provide a more useful answer.

A binary tree is a tree data structure in which each node has at most two child nodes. There are several common orders in which nodes can be visited. Each of these nodes has useful properties that are exploited in algorithms.

The advantage of binary numbers is that they can be electronically stored in the form of magnetic fields. Magnetic fields have two different poles, north and south, and so these two poles can represent the two numbers of a binary system. Magnetic fields can be manipulated very rapidly and accurately by computers. So far it is the most broadly useful system that we have for data processing. This does not rule out the possibility that we will someday devise an even more useful system.

No, binary is a number system.A binary digit is called a bit.

Octal and hexadecimal numbers are useful for humans as they compactly represent binary numbers:each octal digit represents exactly 3 binary digitseach hexadecimal number represents exactly 4 binary digitsFor example, instead of trying to read (and remember) the binary number 100111001001 it can be represented as hexadecimal 0x09c9 or octal 04711 which are easier to read (and remember) for humans.

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Binary trees are commonly used to implement binary search tree and binary heaps.

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