# Table of binary numbers

At ConvertBinary you can find the numbers from 0 to 100 in their binary code representation.

If you want to know the binary representation of any decimal number up to 7 digits, check out the Decimal to binary converter.

## DECIMAL NUMBERS IN BINARY

Check out the binary alphabet too!

🔟 How do you read binary numbers?

To read binary numbers, and convert them to their decimal equivalent, you have two options: you can either use the Binary to Decimal Converter at ConvertBinary.com, or you can do it manually.

In short, to convert binary numbers to decimal numbers, you have to multiply each binary digit by two to the power of its place number, from right to left, and then add all the results together. When calculating the place number the rightmost digit place number has value zero.

So for example, if you want to convert binary 1010 to decimal, you start with the rightmost 0.

Let’s do it with binary 1010:
0 × 20 = 0
1 × 21 = 2
0 × 22 = 0
1 × 23 = 8

Add 0+2+0+8 and you get decimal 10.

🔟 How do you count to 10 in binary?

To count in binary, you start with 0, then you go to 1. Then you add another digit, like you do in decimal counting when you go from 9 to 10. You add another digit, so you have two digits now. So, in binary, you go from 1 to 10 since 1 is your last counting number.

So, counting in binary, you count like this:

0
1
10
11
100
101
110
111
1000
1001
1010

You can find the decimal numbers from 0 to 100 (one hundred) in the Table of Binary Numbers at ConvertBinary.com

✏️ How do you Convert Decimal to Binary?

To convert decimal numbers to their binary equivalent, you have two options: you can either use the Decimal to Binary Converter at ConvertBinary.com, or you can do it manually.

If you want to learn how to convert decimal to binary manually, you can read this guide, or watch the associated tutorial.

🎓 What do binary numbers represent?

In mathematics and digital electronics, a binary number is a number expressed in the base-2 numeral system or binary numeral system, which uses only two symbols: typically “0” (zero) and “1” (one). The base-2 numeral system is a positional notation with a radix of 2. Each digit is referred to as a bit.