You can input in any of the fields and get equivalent values.

## How to Convert Binary to Decimal?

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**8 bit Binary to Decimal or 16 bit binary to decimal or 32 bit binary to decimal**, we use positional Notation method. Multiply each binary digit with its place value and then add the product valuesEg to Convert (10011011)

_{2}8 bit binary to decimalStart at 2

^{0}, evaluating it as "1". Increment the exponent by one for each power. We have to write for 8 elements,128, 64, 32, 16, 8, 4, 2, 1Multiply binary digit with power values.(1*128)+(0*64)+(0*32)+(1*16)+(1*8)+(0*4)+(1*2)+(1*0)

= 128+0+0+16+8+0+2+1 Total the Values which is 155

**(10011011)**_{2}= (155)_{10}### For

**16 bit binary to decimal**, you can do it the same way, with the various positions representing values from 2^{0}=1 to 2^{16}=65,536### For

**32 bit binary to decimal**, the position represent values from 2^{0}=1 to 2^{31}=2,147,483,648

## How To Convert Decimal / Numeric to Binary?

### Decimal to Binary converter - Divde the number repeatedly by 16 till quotient is zero.

To convert 16 decimal to binary , Divide the number 16 by 2,the quotient is 8 ,remainder is 0

Again, Divide the number 8 by 2,the quotient is 4 ,remainder is 0

Divide the number 4 by 2,the quotient is 2 ,remainder is 0

Divide the number 2 by 2,the quotient is 1 ,remainder is 0

Divide the number 1 by 2,the quotient is 0 ,remainder is 1

Write the remainder from top to botton 10000

**(16)**_{10}= (10000)_{2}

## Decimal to Binary Converter table

## Decimal | ## Binary |
---|---|

## 0 in binary | ## 0 |

## 1 in binary | ## 1 |

## 2 in binary | ## 10 |

## 3 in binary | ## 11 |

## 4 in binary | ## 100 |

## 5 in binary | ## 101 |

## 6 in binary | ## 110 |

## 7 in binary | ## 111 |

## 8 in binary | ## 1000 |

## 9 in binary | ## 1001 |

## 10 in binary | ## 1010 |

## 11 in binary | ## 1011 |

## 12 in binary | ## 1100 |

## 13 in binary | ## 1101 |

## 14 in binary | ## 1110 |

## 15 in binary | ## 1111 |

## 16 in binary | ## 10000 |

## 17 in binary | ## 10001 |

## 18 in binary | ## 10010 |

## 19 in binary | ## 10011 |

## 20 in binary | ## 10100 |

## 24 in binary | ## 11000 |

## 48 in binary | ## 110000 |

## 50 in binary | ## 110010 |

## 64 in binary | ## 1000000 |

## 75 in binary | ## 1001011 |

## 100 in binary | ## 1100100 |

## 128 in binary | ## 10000000 |

## 255 in binary | ## 11111111 |

## 512 in binary | ## 1000000000 |

## 1024 in binary | ## 10000000000 |

## 2048 in binary | ## 100000000000 |

## 512 in binary | ## 8 bit |

## 1024 in binary | ## 16 bit |

## 2048 in binary | ## 32 bit |

## Binary to Decimal Converter table

## Binary | ## Decimal |
---|---|

## 10 binary to decimal | ## 2 |

## 100 binary to decimal | ## 4 |

## 0101 binary to decimal | ## 5 |

## 0110 binary to decimal | ## 6 |

## 1000 binary to decimal | ## 8 |

## 1010 binary to decimal | ## 10 |

## 1011 binary to decimal | ## 11 |

## 1100 binary to decimal | ## 12 |

## 1101 binary to decimal | ## 13 |

## 1111 binary to decimal | ## 15 |

## 10000 binary to decimal | ## 16 |

## 10010 binary to decimal | ## 18 |

## 10101 binary to decimal | ## 21 |

## 11001 binary to decimal | ## 25 |

## 11111 binary to decimal | ## 31 |

## 100000 binary to decimal | ## 32 |

## 1000000 binary to decimal | ## 64 |

## 10000000 binary to decimal | ## 128 |

## 100000000 binary to decimal | ## 256 |

## FAQ on Binary to Decimal and Decimal to Binary Calculator

Binary is number system having two values as 0 and 1. Digits(0 and 1) in this system is called bit. Used to represent two possible states ON/Off as 0 and 1

Binary is number system having two values as 0 and 1. Digits(0 and 1) in this system is called bit. Used to represent two possible states ON/Off as 0 and 1

Decimal is a numbering system which having 10 as base. Each digit is denoted by integers from 0 to 9. Also called as Hindu-Arabic Number system /Arabic Number system

Decimal is a numbering system which having 10 as base. Each digit is denoted by integers from 0 to 9. Also called as Hindu-Arabic Number system /Arabic Number system

Binary to Decimal calculator - Multiply each binary digit with its place value and then add the product values Eg to Convert (1111)2binary to decimal. (1111)2 = (1 × 23) + (1 × 22) + (1 × 21) + (1 × 20) =8 + 4 + 2 + 1 = (15)10.Answer:(1111)2 = (15)10

Binary to Decimal calculator - Multiply each binary digit with its place value and then add the product values Eg to Convert (1111)2binary to decimal. (1111)2 = (1 × 23) + (1 × 22) + (1 × 21) + (1 × 20) =8 + 4 + 2 + 1 = (15)10.Answer:(1111)2 = (15)10

Decimal to Binary Calculator - Divide the number repeatedly by 16 till quotient is zero. To convert 16 decimal to binary , Divide the number 16 by 2,the quotient is 8 ,remainder is 0. Again, Divide the number 8 by 2,the quotient is 4 ,remainder is 0. Divide the number 4 by 2,the quotient is 2 ,remainder is 0. Divide the number 2 by 2,the quotient is 1 ,remainder is 0. Divide the number 1 by 2,the quotient is 0 ,remainder is 1. Write the remainder from top to botton 10000. (16)10 = (10000).

Decimal to Binary Calculator - Divide the number repeatedly by 16 till quotient is zero. To convert 16 decimal to binary , Divide the number 16 by 2,the quotient is 8 ,remainder is 0. Again, Divide the number 8 by 2,the quotient is 4 ,remainder is 0. Divide the number 4 by 2,the quotient is 2 ,remainder is 0. Divide the number 2 by 2,the quotient is 1 ,remainder is 0. Divide the number 1 by 2,the quotient is 0 ,remainder is 1. Write the remainder from top to botton 10000. (16)10 = (10000).

For Negative,we have to writ binary representation of decimal number. For eg -25 ,first write binary for 25=00011001. Then,flip the 0 and 1 00011001 as 11100110. Finally add 1 to this ,11100111. This is the Final output. (-25)10=(11100111)2

For Negative,we have to writ binary representation of decimal number. For eg -25 ,first write binary for 25=00011001. Then,flip the 0 and 1 00011001 as 11100110. Finally add 1 to this ,11100111. This is the Final output. (-25)10=(11100111)2

For Negative,we have to write binary representation of decimal number. For eg -25 ,first write binary for 25=00011001. Then,flip the 0 and 1 00011001 as 11100110. Finally add 1 to this ,11100111. This is the Final output. (-25)10=(11100111)2

For Negative,we have to write binary representation of decimal number. For eg -25 ,first write binary for 25=00011001. Then,flip the 0 and 1 00011001 as 11100110. Finally add 1 to this ,11100111. This is the Final output. (-25)10=(11100111)2

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Divide the number by 2. Get the quotient for the next iteration. Get the remainder for the binary digit. we have to repeat the steps until we get quotient is equal to 0.

Divide the number by 2. Get the quotient for the next iteration. Get the remainder for the binary digit. we have to repeat the steps until we get quotient is equal to 0.

converting decimals to signed binary numbers. For Eg:-12 There is a negative, so the first digit will be a one. Divide the 12 by 2 we get quotient is 6, remainder 0. Again divide 6 by 2, we get quotient is 3, remainder 0 divide 3 by 2 , we get quotient is 1, remainder 1 divide 1 by 2 quotientis 0, remainder 1,we have to write the remainder from top to bottom. This gives four digits, but there are seven digits needed. So, place zeros in the extra places. The first digit is 1 because it is a negative number. Next three digits are all 0 because there are four and seven are needed. The last four digits go from bottom to top: 1100 -12 = 10001100

converting decimals to signed binary numbers. For Eg:-12 There is a negative, so the first digit will be a one. Divide the 12 by 2 we get quotient is 6, remainder 0. Again divide 6 by 2, we get quotient is 3, remainder 0 divide 3 by 2 , we get quotient is 1, remainder 1 divide 1 by 2 quotientis 0, remainder 1,we have to write the remainder from top to bottom. This gives four digits, but there are seven digits needed. So, place zeros in the extra places. The first digit is 1 because it is a negative number. Next three digits are all 0 because there are four and seven are needed. The last four digits go from bottom to top: 1100 -12 = 10001100

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Multiply the fractional decimal number by 2. Then the integral part of resultant decimal number will be first digit of fraction binary number. Repeat the process using only fractional part of decimal number .

Multiply the fractional decimal number by 2. Then the integral part of resultant decimal number will be first digit of fraction binary number. Repeat the process using only fractional part of decimal number .