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The Binary to Decimal Conversion Calculator will calculate the:

- The corresponding decimal number when its binary form is known
- Round the decimal number to a specific number of decimal places as required

The Decimal equivalent of the binary number is |

Binary to Decimal Conversion Formula and Calculations |
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X = X = X = [see below for computations] |

Binary To Decimal Number Converter Calculator Input Values |

Binary Number (n) = |

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Section 1: Units and Measurements

X = n_{1} × 2^{0} + n_{2} × 2^{1} + n_{3} × 2^{2} + n_{4} × 2^{3} ...

Where n_{1} is the first digit of the binary number, n_{2} the second digit of the binary number and so forth. Note that the largest finite decimal number for a 16 binary digit is 65504 though the largest value for representation is infinite.

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