There are numerous strategies to change over decimal number into the comparing twofold. a single well known technique will be examined here:

Changing decimal over to twofold:

The guidelines are as per the following:

*You should begin from the left most paired digit

*If the decimal number is equivalent or more noteworthy than the spot esteem comparing 2^number, at that point place the touch 1 and forward the distinction to the following digit on the privilege

*If the decimal number is not the spot esteem, at that point place the touch 0 and forward the number for what it’s worth to the following digit on the privilege

Model:

Assume you got the decimal number 170:

– 170 is more noteworthy than 1282^7, so the left most piece is 1, get the distinction 170-128=42

– forward 42 to the following digit

– 42 is under 64 2^6, so place 0 and forward the number for what it’s worth 42 to the following stage

– 42 is more prominent than 322^5, so place 1 and forward the distinction which is 42-32=10

– 10 are under 162^4, so place 0 and forward the 10 all things considered

– 10 is more prominent than 82^3 so place 1 and forward the distinction which is 10-8=2

– 2 is under 4 2^2 so place 0 and forward the 2 all things considered

– 2 is equivalent 2 2^1 so place a 1 and forward the distinction which is 2-2=0

– 0 is under 12^0 so place a zero and you’re finished

So the decimal number 170 is equivalent to the parallel number 10101010

*The right most spot esteem is 2^0

*Whenever you get a zero contrast, all the following digits will be or’s as zero will be under 2^whichever number

*Only numbers from 0-255 can be spoken to by 8 digits parallel .Numbers more noteworthy than 255 will be spoken to by **convert from decimal to binary**. For instance: 256 are spoken to by 9 digits: 100000000. All in all 2^n – 1 gives you the biggest number that can be spoken to by n digits. So in 8 digits double, at the most number is 2^8 – 1= 255. In 9 digits paired, max number is 2^9-1=511. So the reach for 9 digits is from 256-511. Beginning from 512, 10 digits will be required.

Changing parallel over to decimal:

A model about this was at that point appeared in the past post.

00010110 = 1 x 24 = 16 + 0 x 23 = 0 + 1 x 22 = 4 + 1 x 21 = 2 + 0 x 20 = 0 = 22 16 + 0 + 4 + 2 + 0

This model shows that the parallel number 00010110 is equivalent to the decimal number 22.

All in all, all the 0 pieces will amount to zero, so overlook them and add the 1’s. Here is another model:

10101010= 1*27=128 + 1*25 =32 + 1*23 = 8 + 1* 21 = 2 = 170