Introduction to Digital Systems – 3

Introduction to Digital Systems » Exercise – 1

3. Digital systems represent quantities :

(a) using more bits in its binary codes as the quantity value increases.
(b) using more bits in its binary code as more accuracy is required.
(c) using binary codes with just two levels – 1 or 0, high level or low level.
(d) all of the above.

Answer
Answer : (d)

Explanation
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