# Binary Digits

Learners will grasp what binary digits are by associating them with familiar sets of symbols such as letters and decimal digits. Learners will solve simple problems that reinforce the connection between (alphanumeric) information and its binary representation. They then consider the question of why binary digits are predominantly used in conjunction with computing systems.

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# Lesson summary: Binary Digits

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