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 BINARY REPRESENTATION CHAPTER 01.04 PRE-REQUISITES & OBJECTIVES Pre-Requisites for Learning Binary Representation [PDF] [DOC] Objectives of Binary Representation [PDF] [DOC] TEXTBOOK CHAPTER Textbook Chapter of Binary Representation of Numbers [PDF] [DOC] DIGITAL AUDIOVISUAL LECTURES Introduction to Binary Representation [YOUTUBE 6:41] [TRANSCRIPT] Base-10 to Base-2 Conversion Method [YOUTUBE 9:14] [TRANSCRIPT] Base-10 to Base-2 Conversion Another Method [YOUTUBE 9:14] [TRANSCRIPT] MULTIPLE CHOICE TEST Test Your Knowledge on Binary Representation of Numbers [HTML] [FLASH] [PDF] [DOC] PRESENTATIONS A PowerPoint Presentation on Binary Representation of Numbers [PDF] [PPT] WORKSHEETS Worksheet for Decimal to Binary Representation [MAPLE] [MATHCAD] [MATHEMATICA] [MATLAB] Worksheet for Binary to Decimal Representation [MAPLE] [MATHCAD] [MATHEMATICA] [MATLAB] BLOG ENTRIES A Better Way to Exemplify Conversion of Decimal Integer to Binary [BLOG] A Better Way to Show Conversion of a Fractional Number to Binary [BLOG] WOLFRAM DEMONSTRATION (External link | What are Wolfram Demonstrations? | Do need free Mathematica Player to run) Numbers in Various Bases [NBP] Counting in Binary [NBP] RELATED TOPICS > Home > Introduction to Scientific Computing
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