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Discussion Forum : Digital Concepts - General Questions (Q.No. 7)
What are the symbols used to represent digits in the binary number system?
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Answer: Option
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Amani said:   2 years ago
In binary, we are using only 2 bits those are 0, 1.

Sandeep Kannan said:   5 years ago
In binary r =2, r is nothing but radix or base then no of symbols = 0 to r-1= 0 to 2-1=0, 1
Therefore answer is A.

K.v.sudhakar reddy said:   7 years ago
Simple binary means two, in digital system logic or values, started from 0,1,2, etc. In binary format, we take two starting values 0,1.

Abinaya said:   1 decade ago
Binary number system uses 2 bits (i.e) 0&1.

Sapna said:   1 decade ago
Digital used only two numbers 0, 1. 0 is a low level and one is a high level.

Jayabharati said:   1 decade ago
Digital used only 0 & 1.

0=logic 0=low.

1=logic 1=high.

Oguri99 said:   1 decade ago
Kavitha gave simple and nice binary format in the sense system understandable language which in the form of 0's and 1's

Deepak said:   1 decade ago
Binary means 2, to represent binary system we use the number less than 2 upto zero i.e, 0&1.

You know to represent decimal system we use the number from 0 to 9, which is less than 10.

Kavita ancher said:   1 decade ago
IN Digital we have to use only 0&1 symbols
0=logic 0=off=low
1=logic 1=on=high

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