# Binary code

## This diagram show the difference in decimal and binary, Make sure you remember the difference! ## Binary Addition

Works in the same way as decimal, except that only 0's and 1's can be used, instead of the whole spectrum of 0-9. When doing binary addition remember the diagram above.

As an example of binary addition we have,

101
+101

1010

a) To add these two numbers, we first consider the "1 bit" column and calculate 1 + 1, which (in binary) results in 10. We carry the 1 to the "2 bit" column, and the leave the 0.

b) Moving on to the "2 bit" column, we calculate 1 + (0 + 0), which gives 1. Nothing carries to the "3 bit" column, and we leave the 1 in the "2 bit" column.

c) Moving on to the "3 bit" column, we calculate 1 + 1, which gives 10. We carry 1 to the "4 bit" column, leaving the 0 in the "3 bit" column.

Another example of binary addition:

1011
+1011
10110

Most of the time when you add 2 of the same number length you will get the same answer but sometime like in these examples you will have to go one "bit" more which is not a problem but you need to release this if a question asks for a 4 bit answer and it is 5 you must explain why!