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### We found 51 resources with the concept binary code

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#### How to Subtract By Adding

Investigate the claim that 999997=-3. Learners discover how to subtract large numbers using a quick method of addition. The video provides examples and shows how adding machines and computers apply this approach to subtraction.

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#### The First Programming Languages: Crash Course Computer Science #11

Computers need to know a lot of languages, n'est-ce pas? Scholars learn about advances in computer programming, from assemblers and compilers to more recent programming languages. They learn how these advances led to a shift in...

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#### Registers and RAM: Crash Course Computer Science #6

Computers need to remember their addresses, too. Scholars learn about random access memory (RAM) by watching a video. They see how computers store memory and how circuits require memory addresses to access memory.

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#### Boolean Logic and Logic Gates: Crash Course Computer Science #3

Boolean logic just makes sense. A video teaches individuals about Boolean logic and its connection to the binary system. It shows how the operations NOT, AND, OR, and XOR are shown on electric circuits using transistors.

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#### The Mathematics of Quantum Computers

Scholars learn about the basics of quantum computing, starting with Schrodinger's Cat through a video that explains the mathematics behind quantum computers, including the representation of quantum gates as matrices.

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#### Binary Basics

Back to the (binary) basics. The resource provides a simple overview of binary code and gives two different activities to introduce it to elementary and middle school learners. Classmates write and decode messages to each other in binary...

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#### Quantum Computing Breakthrough

In January 2017, the first quantum computer was offered to the public and came with 2000 qubits. The breakthrough that makes quantum computing possible is detailed in a video that also discusses how quantum computing will change...

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#### Data Representation: Millions of Colors

How many colors do you know? The lesson teaches scholars how digital devices use binary and hexadecimal representations to store colors. They learn how millions of colors are available on these devices.

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#### Encoding B and W Images

Imagine drawing with zeros and ones. The third lesson in a unit of 15 introduces the class to creating black and white images. Pairs get together to create an encoding scheme in order to make these images. They move on to a using a...

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#### Binary Numbers

All you need is a zero and a one. Build pupils' understanding of binary values and number systems to gain familiarity with binary numbers. Using a hands-on activity and technology, scholars learn how the binary system works and its place...

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#### Sending Bits in the Real World

A bit optional. How do computers transmit in the real world? Pupils research a device that is used in transmitting bits, then individuals create a poster that presents the information they have learned about their device.

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#### Practice PT - Encode an Experience

Encoding What I did Last Summer. Class members develop a way to encode a personal experience using a top-down approach to determine components and sub-components of their experience They then pick one portion of the experience and go...

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#### Sending Numbers

Binary graphing ... bit by bit. Pairs work together to develop a protocol in order to send the points of a graph. One partner sends the points and the other receives them and tries to recreate the graph. The pupils use the rubric to...

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#### Sending Binary Messages with the Internet Simulator

Show your class how to develop a protocol to solve a problem. Pupils then continue with working with binary messages but refine a protocol to assist with the distinction of individual bits by including a bit rate. Finally, the pairs use...

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#### Number Systems

Generating a system of shapes. Groups work together to create a number system using three different shapes as symbols. The groups should come up with the rules that generate all the possible permutations of the three shapes.

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#### Divide and Conquer—Santa’s Dirty Socks

The story "Santa's Dirty Socks" provides learners an example of a search algorithm that uses a divide and conquer system similar to a binary search algorithm. The included questions expand upon the concepts that follow the story.

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#### Card Flip Magic—Error Detection and Correction

I can find the error in an array of cards? After watching a demonstration class members search for the error is the provided cards. The resource provides a real-life example of using ISBN numbers in error detection and using check sums.

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#### Codes in a Song—Modems

Let's listen to some codes. To understand how a modem sends binary numbers over a phone line, class member listen to the codes included in the provided mp3 files, translates the tones to binary numbers and then convert the binary numbers...

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#### The Peruvian Coin Flip–Cryptographic Protocols

A digital flip. Introduce your classes to cryptographic protocols using and, or, and not gates. Groups create a complete circuit to convert a binary number into another one. This type of one-way function allows pupils to verify the...

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#### Count the Dots – Binary Numbers

Did you know you can send a message using only zeroes and ones? This interactive resource presents an introduction to binary numbers. Through code cards, pupils learn to convert binary numbers to decimal numbers.

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#### Binary Code

A goofy upper grader explains to viewers what binary code is and how it works to tell the computer what to do. He does a good job of explaining how the code works and what each 1 and 0 represent. Because he mentions base 2 this could be...

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#### Give Binary a Try!

Digital, analog, and now binary clocks? The lesson teaches individuals how to interpret binary code. They use an online software program to read binary clocks.

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#### Digital Codes

In this Algebra II/Pre-Calculus worksheet, learners convert numbers into binary, octal, and hexadecimal code and examine different uses for writing numbers in other bases. The four page worksheet contains twelve multi-part questions. ...

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#### Binary Code,

In this binary code learning exercise, students convert thirty-nine base ten numbers into binary. Students are first asked to list binary numbers and then to change the binary code into base ten numbers.