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What is the largest binary number that can be expressed with 16 bits? What are the equivalent decimal and hexadecimal numbers?
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The largest number of any k-digits binary number is that with all digits being 1 , such that the largest number of 16 -digit binary number is $(1111111111111111)_{2}=(65535)_{10}=(\mathrm{FFFF})_{16}$

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To calculate the largest number of $\mathrm{k}$ bits we can simply use the
. $2 \mathrm{k}-1$
In this question $2_{16}-1=65536-1=65535$.
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