# Binary

### All the info about Binary

## Binary

## BinaryThis is basically what binary is, it is a collection of 1s and 0s as you can see in the picture. This is what lots and lots of binary looks like. | ## Binary ArtSome people have decided to make art with binary code. this defiantly shows that binary can be used for anything. | ## The Binary QuestionThis question can make perfect sense or it won't. can you work it out using the info about binary on this page, if you don't already know it? |

## Binary

This is basically what binary is, it is a collection of 1s and 0s as you can see in the picture. This is what lots and lots of binary looks like.

## Binary Art

Some people have decided to make art with binary code. this defiantly shows that binary can be used for anything.

## Binary & Denary

## Converting Binary to Denary / Decimal And adding!

*base two*) numeral system has two possible values, often represented as 0 or 1, for each place-value. In contrast, the decimal (

*base ten*) numeral system has ten possible values (0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8, or 9) for each place-value. when you need to add binary it is quite simple. when you need to add 1 and 0 then it becomes 1. when you need to add 1 and 1 then it gets a bit more complicated. because binary only uses 1 and 0 then it is 1 but you need to carry 1 over to the next digit. say it was 1100 + 1010 then it would be:

1100

1010

=11110

because the last digits were both 1s then it is just like adding normal numbers where you don't carry you add it to the final number.