**Binary Calculator**
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While working with binary may initially seem confusing, understanding that each binary place value represents 2 n, just as each decimal place represents 10 n, should help clarify.Take the number 8 for example. In the decimal number system, 8 is positioned in the first decimal place left of the decimal point, signifying the 10 0 place. Essentially this means:

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