# Decimal numerals represented by digits

Decimal numerals represented by digits

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Decimal numerals represented by digits
decimal binary conversion
0 = 0 0 ( 20 )
1 = 1 1 ( 20 )
2 = 10 1 ( 21 ) + 0 ( 20 )
3 = 11 1 ( 21 ) + 1 ( 20 )
4 = 100 1 ( 22 ) + 0 ( 21 ) + 0 ( 20 )
5 = 101 1 ( 22 ) + 0 ( 21 ) + 1 ( 20 )
6 = 110 1 ( 22 ) + 1 ( 21 ) + 0 ( 20 )
7 = 111 1 ( 22 ) + 1 ( 21 ) + 1 ( 20 )
8 = 1000 1 ( 23 ) + 0 ( 22 ) + 0 ( 21 ) + 0 ( 20 )
9 = 1001 1 ( 23 ) + 0 ( 22 ) + 0 ( 21 ) + 1 ( 20 )
10 = 1010 1 ( 23 ) + 0 ( 22 ) + 1 ( 21 ) + 0 ( 20 )
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