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question #42
42. If the binary equivalent of the decimal number 48 is 110000, then the binary equivalent of the decimal number 51 is given by

A
the question says binary equality
of 48 is 110000,

what is the relevance of this 48?
if you have a IT background then
this makes sense because 51-48 is
3 and binary equivalent of 3 is 
 11(one one not eleven).
so if you add 11 to 110000 it becomes
110011
you really dont need a pen and paper
if you think this way. or else you can 
go the traditional way if it confuses you.
.
the question says binary equality
of 48 is 110000,

what is the relevance of this 48?
if you have a IT background then
this makes sense because 51-48 is
3 and binary equivalent of 3 is 
 11(one one not eleven).
so if you add 11 to 110000 it becomes
110011
you really dont need a pen and paper
if you think this way. or else you can 
go the traditional way if it confuses you.

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