# What is the smallest decimal number that you can make?

## What is the smallest decimal number that you can make?

0

## How do you write numeric?

A simple rule for using numbers in writing is that small numbers ranging from one to ten (or one to nine, depending on the style guide) should generally be spelled out. Larger numbers (i.e., above ten) are written as numerals.

**How many numbers can be represented with 7 bits?**

128

**What are some examples of positive numbers?**

Positive numbers are represented to the right of zero on the number line. Examples of positive numbers are: 1,2, 88, 800,9900, etc. Negative numbers are symbolized with a dash or minus sign in front of the numerical value.

### Why 0 is the smallest number?

❇If you take the whole numbers , they start with zero . So the smallest one digit whole number is 0. ❇if you take the case of natural number they start with one . so the smallest natural number is 1.

### What is the highest binary number?

1111

**How many different numbers can 8 bits represent?**

8 bits, can represent positive numbers from 0 to 255.

**What’s the smallest decimal number that you can represent with 3 bits?**

The smallest decimal number that you can represent with three bits is either 0 or -4.

#### How many numbers can 16 bits represent?

A 16-bit integer can store 216 (or 65,536) distinct values. In an unsigned representation, these values are the integers between 0 and 65,535; using two’s complement, possible values range from −32,768 to 32,767. Hence, a processor with 16-bit memory addresses can directly access 64 KB of byte-addressable memory.

#### What is the smallest number that you know do you think it is really the smallest number?

Answer: 1.) 0. it is the smallest number in the whole numbers.

**What is numeric format?**

The basic numeric formats are used for input and output of real numbers in standard or scientific notation. The following table shows an example of how each format displays positive and negative numbers with the default decimal point setting: Format.

**What’s the largest value you can represent in binary with just 3 bits?**

7

## What is the largest number that can be represented with 6 bits?

6 to 64 Bits: Hexadecimal Numbers Significant to Drive/Partition Limits

Bits | Bytes | Maximum Count |
---|---|---|

6 | 63 | |

8 | 1 | (See: Note 1) 256 |

10 | 1024 | |

16 | 2 | (2) 65,535 |

## What is the smallest positive number?

1

**What is the largest 64 bit number?**

51615

**What is base 8 called?**

The octal numeral system, or oct for short, is the base-8 number system, and uses the digits 0 to 7. Octal numerals can be made from binary numerals by grouping consecutive binary digits into groups of three (starting from the right). For example, the binary representation for decimal 74 is 1001010.

### What’s the largest decimal number that you can represent with 3 bits?

### What is the largest hexadecimal number that can be held in one word?

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**What is the biggest positive number?**

The number 2,/b> (or hexadecimal 7FFFFFFF16) is the maximum positive value for a 32-bit signed binary integer in computing. It is therefore the maximum value for variables declared as integers (e.g., as int ) in many programming languages, and the maximum possible score, money, etc. for many video games.

**What is numeric example?**

Numerical digits are the number text characters used to show numerals. For example, the numeral “56” has two digits: 5 and 6. The numeral “56” means: 6*10^0 + 5*10^1 = 6*1 + 5*10 = 6 + 50. The ten digits of the decimal system are: 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, and 9.

#### How do you write 5 in binary?

Let’s look at base-two, or binary, numbers. How would you write, for instance, 1210 (“twelve, base ten”) as a binary number?…Binary.

decimal (base 10) | binary (base 2) | expansion |
---|---|---|

5 | 101 | 1 four, 0 twos, and 1 one |

6 | 110 | 1 four, 1 two, and 0 ones |

7 | 111 | 1 four, 1 two, and 1 one |

#### Why do bytes have 8 bits?

The byte was originally the smallest number of bits that could hold a single character (I assume standard ASCII). We still use ASCII standard, so 8 bits per character is still relevant. This sentence, for instance, is 41 bytes. That’s easily countable and practical for our purposes.