# Binary To Decimal

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##### sample Binary is a numbering system with 2 as its base and is made up of two numbers 0 and 1. Also, when it comes to turning the power off or on these two numbers are used to represent it, where 1 is equal to on, and 0 is off. In the computers, the central processing units only understand the language of number systems, since binary digit is the smallest unit of data known as a bit, it causes too many bits to be used. This is the reason why we need to convert binary to other number systems while performing complex calculations

Decimal numbers have base 10 which are 0 to 9, and their combinations are used to represent distinct values. As, 10 is the radix for decimal number system, all the numbers in this format are expressed in powers of 10. Also, it is the number system which humans are comfortable with because it also takes fewer bits than binary. For example, the binary number 1101 1010 is represented as 218 in decimal. In our everyday life, we are using this format whenever we are dealing with money, weight, etc.

Decimal numbers are required when you need precision in your work which cannot be provided by the whole numbers. The calculation of weight is something not always accurate on the weighing machine, means not always equal to a whole number, which is why it’s important to learn about the decimal values especially if you want to know the exact meaning of the number on the scale.

The online Binary to Decimal converter, lets you transform all of your binary values to decimal without any extra efforts. As binary represents only two digits, thus large numbers can be misapprehended which is why it is important to turn them to one of the easiest to understand categories of the decimal system. The binary numbers were found in the computer technology, and all the programming that takes place in the computer uses these two digits which in other words is the process of receiving data and illustrating it with discrete bits of information.

There are different numbering systems and learning about them will help us better interpret the computer systems architecture. If you aren’t aware, every value you save or take out from the computer memory has a unique number system. The most common numbers system supported by computers architecture are:

• Binary Number System
• Decimal Number System 