## Viewing topic: Binary Numbers

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 Video id: #10 (enlarge) Post date: 3/11/2008 Posted by: jndewitt Rating: Currently 5.0/5 Stars. 2 ratings
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#### Binary Numbers

• Definition: A number composed of just 0s and 1s, also known as base-2 number.

Source: Reges & Stepp, 2007

• Example: Example sentence for context: "Not only are computers digital, storing all information as integers, they are also binary, which means they store integers as binary numbers." A visual example of binary numbers are found below: <a href="http://s254.photobucket.com/albums/hh107/aslstem/?action=view¤t=binarynumbers.jpg" target="_blank"><img src="http://i254.photobucket.com/albums/hh107/aslstem/binarynumbers.jpg" border="0" alt="Photobucket"></a>

• 9:32am 5/14/2015

User: reinlessjacklin

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• 1:42pm 10/19/2013

User: tagraf

Post count: 1

Perfect concept regarding to base. I would disregard a fingerspelling for "0101" as it doesn't discriminate from other base, (ie: decimal for 0101, a hundred one).

• 4:09pm 3/26/2008

User: jndewitt

Post count: 10

video id #10 pretty much makes sense because it shows the base-2 concept.. but do you think fingerspelling "0101" would be better?