# Digital Electronics - Digital Concepts - Discussion

Discussion Forum : Digital Concepts - General Questions (Q.No. 7)
7.
What are the symbols used to represent digits in the binary number system?
0,1
0,1,2
0 through 8
1,2
Explanation:
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Discussion:
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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

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.

Binary number system uses 2 bits (i.e) 0&1.

Digital used only two numbers 0, 1. 0 is a low level and one is a high level.

Digital used only 0 & 1.

0=logic 0=low.

1=logic 1=high.

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

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
YES I AGREE
IN Digital we have to use only 0&1 symbols
Therefore
0=logic 0=off=low
1=logic 1=on=high