How Computers Store Data. TERMS. discrete data continuous data, bi-stable device, number system, binary number system, denary number system human-readable data machine –readable data natural numbers whole numbers, integers real numbers, magnitude base, number, digit. QUIZ.
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Computers do not store data the way we see it, but in the form of binary digits
Numeration/number system: any notation for the representation of numbers
_________ temporarily in ________________. The computer’s
___________ is made up of ___________________ which can exist in only one
of _______ possible __________. As a result, the _________________ one and
zero are used to represent the ________ and __________ states respectively.
___________ data is therefore _____________ to its binary __________________ in order to be
_______________ and ____________. It is then _____________ from ______________ back to
its original form in order to be ___________ to the user.Fill in the blanks in the above paragraph using the words given in the list below. Remember that a word may be used more than once.Main memory, data, representation, memory, stored, bistable devices, converted, states, output, two, binary digits, input, on, processed, off, binary.