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Teaching him binary

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  • 84
    David needs a lot of training :-/
  • 20
    In person would probably work better.
  • 26
    @jhh2450 idk I followed it pretty easily.
    Then again I've been doing binary since I was 10. Not 2. Probably 8, actually?
  • 8
    What does that weird 2/3/4/5/9 mean?
  • 15
    I always like the method of writing the first few "columns" out so that they can visually see it and presenting them like switches.

    Eg;

    32 | 16 | 8 | 4 | 2 | 1
  • 19
    2 plas 2 is 4

    It is maf
  • 6
    Seems like this guy is in my class xD
  • 11
    Why not explaining with power of 2...
    2^0 2^1 2^2 2^3 2^4 2^5...
  • 18
    -"there is no 2 only 1 and 0. What's the next number? "

    >" 1002"

    This guy us hilarious
  • 1
    He should learn that in math :/
    Number bases?
  • 4
    "Mason, what are these numbers?"

    no codbo fans? nevermind
  • 6
    @Linux minus 1 that's 3
  • 5
    @Linux two plus two equals four minus one that's three.
  • 3
    @Linux 1*3 is 3. Minus 4 is -1. Quik Mafs
  • 6
    @Linux
    2 plas 2 is 4
    Minus 1 dat's 3
    Quik mafs
  • 3
    That's the kind of response I get when people don't care about what I'm saying
  • 1
    0 1 10 01 11 100 010 001 101 011 111 1000 0100 0010 0001 1001 0101 0011 1011 0111 1111 10000
  • 3
    R.I.P. David
  • 3
    1010
    1011
    1100
    1101
    1110
    1111
    10000
    10001
    10010
    10011
    10100
    10101
    10110
    10111
    11000
    11001
    11010
    11011
    11100
    11101
    11110
    11111
    100000
    Correct?

    Correct?
  • 2
    @IamGay6969 Wat.
  • 1
    @IamGay6969 why are you so gay ?

    #NoHomo
  • 3
    @sam9669
    I cant use this Tag anymore...
    People found it offensive and @dfox said that everything with this Tag will be deleted... Fml...
  • 2
    @IamGay6969 #NoHomoh? 😂🤷 Loopholes for days
  • 2
    I tried reaching my girlfriend binary, it's very hard to explain it without writing
  • 2
    I got a good giggle from this
  • 1
    Its rather easy to explain. Say 1 is true, 0 is false. So on every move further from the right it adds one to the exponential value. So if I say 11001, I have 25. Because 16, 8 and 1 are true, so you will add if they are 1 or in this case, true. So if I want 37, it will be 100101. Correct me if I'm wrong
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