Computational units

What is a bit?
basic unit of information
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How many states can a bit have?
2
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How can a bit be stored?
Digital device or other physical system
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What are bits used for?
Encoding data
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What do computers use to process and store data?
Binary
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How many states in binary?
2
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How many characters or symbols in hexadecimal?
16
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How is hexadecimal normally notated?
0x
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What is hexadecimal used for?
IPv6 and MAC addresses
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What uses IP address?
LAN and WAN
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What do IP Addresses do?
Define a device
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What must each host on the same network have?
A unique address
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What are the 2 versions of IP Address?
IPv4 and IPv6
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What are bits used for?

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What do computers use to process and store data?

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