## 13_1.4.1 Data Types – Binary Numbers 3

Using two’s complement convert the denary number −43 into an 8 bit binary number. You must show your working.

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# A-Level 1.4.1 Data Types – Binary Numbers

## 13_1.4.1 Data Types – Binary Numbers 3

Using two’s complement convert the denary number −43 into an 8 bit binary number. You must show your working.

## 13_1.4.1 Data Types – Binary Numbers 2

## 13_1.4.1 Data Types – Binary Numbers 1

Convert the denary number 43 into an 8 bit binary number.

A supermarket uses a stock control system. Details of products are stored on a stock database. The quantity of a particular product in stock is stored as a binary number usingtwo bytes. There are 312 tins of beans left in stock. How would this quantity be represented as a binary number in the computer?