# Shift Registers – 71

71. Shifting a binary number to the left by one position is equivalent to ________.

(a) multiplying by two
(b) multiplying by four
(c) dividing by two
(d) dividing by four

Explanation
Explanation : Shifting a binary number by one bit is equivalent to multiplying (when shifting to the left) or dividing (when shifting to the right) the number by 2.
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