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# Binary Numbers Interactive

This activity contains 13 questions.

## What is the binary representation of the number 15?

 0101 1111 1101 0111

## What number is represented by the binary code 1001?

 9 7 8 6

## An 8-bit binary digit can be interpreted by the computer as all of the following EXCEPT:

 a character. a sound. a number. an entire file.

## When referring to the colors displayed on a computer monitor, what results when the Red, Green, and Blue values are all set to 255?

 The color is white. The color is black. The decimal and hexadecimal values are different. The color is transparent.

## Referring to the demonstration in the Sound Byte, what happens when you dump the 102 bucket ten times?

 It stops after nine times. The decimal number is 1,000. The bucket is empty. The example cannot display the results.

## Referring to the demonstration in the Sound Byte, what base-16 number results if you dump the 160 bucket sixteen times?

 010 016 009 00A

## Referring to the demonstration in the Sound Byte, without dumping the bucket, what do you think the results will be if you dump the 161 bucket ten times?

 0A0 090 100 A00

## What decimal number is equal to hexadecimal CAB?

 4321 3243 1234 3232

## When referring to RGB, each of the three colors can have values ranging from:

 1 to 16. 0 to 255. 00 to FF. 0 to 100.

## Move the RGB sliders four times to equal values of -80, 150, 200, 240 and observe the changes in the color circle. Which of the following happens?

 The red tones get lighter. Different shades of yellow are displayed. Different shades of gray are displayed. The blue shades turn into green shades.

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