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Q: What is the largest number that can be represented using 5 bits?

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65,535

The smallest number is zero. The largest number is 63.

The largest number of bits a CPU can process is word size. A CPU's Word Size is the largest number of bits the CPU can process in one operation.

If using the compressed format, where a byte holds two decimal digits (because only 4 bits are needed to make nine), so two bytes would be four decimal digits, the largest which is 9999.

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65,535

The smallest number is zero. The largest number is 63.

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If the 8 bits represent a signed number, the range is usually -128 to +127. This is -27 to 27-1.

11b which is 1*2 + 1*1 = 3 would be for two bits. But a byte is 8 bits, so 2 bytes is 16 bits. The largest binary number is [2^16 - 1], which is 65535 (base ten)

The largest unsigned integer is 65535; The largest signed integer is 32767.

The largest unsigned integer is 26 - 1 = 63, giving the range 0 to 63; The largest signed integer is 25 - 1 = 31, giving the range -32 to 31.

255 is the largest decimal number. 1 byte (8 bits) can store 256 *values* (0-255).

Yes - it's the largest number that can be represented in Binary code with 8 bits

Largest 8 bit unsigned number is 11111111 binary which is the number 255 in decimal. In hexadecimal 255 is represented as FF In octal 255 is represented as 377. The related link below will help.

To calculate number of things that can be represented by a bit we use formula 2^n so for four bits it will 2^4 = 2*2*2*2 = 16

The largest number of bits a CPU can process is word size. A CPU's Word Size is the largest number of bits the CPU can process in one operation.

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