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Number system in base 2 that computers use to represent data and instructions
Number system in base 10
Number system in base 16 that can be easily converted into binary
The name for a single 0 or 1 in binary
Half of a byte is known as a…
255 is the maximum positive integer that can be represented by which binary unit?
Error that occurs when a number becomes too large to fit into the number of bits allocated
"At present, the capacity of the largest hard drives runs into this unit of binary"
"Binary unit consisting of 1,024 bytes"
"Binary unit consisting of 1,024 megabytes"
A relatively simple character set that can represent 128 different characters
An industry-standard character set that can represent thousands of different characters
Location in main memory used to store data or instructions
Fast access part of the processor that stores data being used by the CPU
Part of the instruction that tells the CPU what to do
"The smallest element of a bitmap image, normally arranged in a two-dimensional grid"
Common metadata standard used to store information about JPEG images
Word used to describe the detail of a digital image
Refers to the number of bits used to represent the colour of each individual pixel
Image type consisting of various shades of a single colour
The frequency at which an analogue sound signal is converted into digital
The precision at which each datum of sound is recorded
.WAV and .AIFF are file extensions for this category of audio file
The most common compressed audio format used today
The most common compressed image format used today
A downside of storing better quality images/audio is that this attribute will be larger
Graphics format consisting of a matrix of dots
Information about the image data that allows a computer to recreate the image from binary
"The space available for each sample, measured in kilobits per second (kbits/s)"
This sound recording method has continuously changing values