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MERLOT II


    

Learning Exercise


Material: Binary Base-2 & Hindu Arabic Base-10 Counting
Submitted by: Lynn Aaron on Sep 25, 2006
Date Last Modified: Sep 25, 2006
Title: Counting in Binary
Description: This interactive animation demonstrates counting in the binary number system while simultaneously showing it in the decimal system.
Time Required 15 - 20 minutes
Topics: Counting and data representation in the binary number system.
Course: Computers - introductory; Mathematics
Prerequisites Skills: Understanding of the decimal number system. Some understanding of data is stored in the computer.
Learning Objectives: - Representation of data in the binary number system. - Familiarity with the concept of other number systems.
Technical Notes: Flash player is required.
Text of Learning Exercise: This assignment combines both instructions on using the learning object and an assignment. Please see: http://www.sunyrockland.edu/Members/laaron/merlot/assn-binary-nums.doc
Assessment: The assignment contains room for answers and can be handed in for instructor assessment or reviewed as a group.
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