Representing data

The numbers 15, 10, 12 and 14 in hexadecimal.
FACE
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ASCII and Extended ASCII are examples of what set?
Character
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Denary is the same as what 10?
Base
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If you increase this frequency, then the quality of sound playback will increase.
Sampling
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With this compression, you lose some data in order to make the file smaller.
Lossy
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In contrast, this compression doesn't lose you any data.
Lossless
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The answer is the image quality produced by a printer or displayed on a monitor.
Resolution
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4 bit binary can code for how many different colours?
Sixteen
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ASCII and Extended ASCII are examples of what set?

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Denary is the same as what 10?

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If you increase this frequency, then the quality of sound playback will increase.

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With this compression, you lose some data in order to make the file smaller.

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