Binary and Denary numbers By Ronan doyle

Denary numbers are just the numbers you know, 1 2 3 4 5 , and so on. It is also known as base 10.

Binary is a little bit more tricky. Binary only has two numbers in it, 1 and 0, so all numbers have to be made out of them. Here is a video to help explain

Another way to work it out is to draw a grid, like so

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