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Binary Lesson 7 Review of Binary and Hexadecimal
Four Bits Make a Nybble A nybble can be represented by one hexadecimal digit Values from 0 to 15, or 0 to F 8s 4s2s1s
Counting to 15 Base Two Base TenBase Two Base Ten Base Two Base TenBase Two Base Ten
Eight Bits Make a Byte So this number is = 153 8s4s2s1s8s4s2s8s4s1s2s8s4s 16s32s 128s 64s16s32s64s16s32s One nybble: 0 through F One nybble: 0 through F
Two hexadecimal digits make a byte So this number is $99 = 9* = = 153 One nybble: 0 through F # of 16s One nybble: 0 through F # of 1s
Review of Binary and Hexadecimal iClicker Questions
What is 12 in hexadecimal? A.12 B.0x12 C.0x0A D.0x0C E.0b0110
What is 0b1111 in decimal? A.11 B.13 C.15 D.0x0F E.Something else
What is 0x0A in binary? A.10 B.0b10 C.0x10 D.9 E.Something else
What is 128 in binary? A.0b B.0b C.0b D.0b E.Something else
What is 192 in binary? A.0b B.0b C.0b D.0b E.Something else
What is 160 in hex? A.0x0A B.0x10 C.0xA0 D.0xAA E.Something else
What is 168 in hex? A.0x0A B.0xA2 C.0xA8 D.0xAA E.Something else
What is 0xFF in binary? A.0b B.0b C.0b D.0b E.Something else
What is 129 in binary? A.0b B.0b C.0b D.0b E.Something else
What is 90 in binary? A.0b B.0b C.0b D.0b E.Something else
What is 63 in hex? A.0x30 B.0x39 C.0x3F D.0x41 E.Something else
What is 201 in hex? A.0xA1 B.0xC1 C.0xC9 D.0xCF E.Something else
What is 0xF1 in binary? A.0b B.0b C.0b D.0b E.Something else
What is 0xCD in decimal? A.192 B.200 C.206 D.208 E.Something else
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