Binary - Addition

With a limited number of bits

Introduction to Binary

Binary Code is a mathematical code made out of Zeros and Ones. NO OTHER NUMBERS ARE USED. There is a Binary scale which starts at one and finishes at 128 (1, 2, 4, 8, 16, 32, 64, 128) The zeros and ones make other numbers out of the of the binary scale. Binary is called base 2 which in other words means the number on the binary scale is multiplied by 2 each time until it gets to 128. Computers are backwards, you read the binary code from right to left. When written, you start at 128 and finish at 1.