Friday, Sept. 4th 2015

9/4/15 – DO NOW – “flash drive” – a portable data storage device.

Why would a flash drive be helpful to own and keep with you throughout your day at school and home?

7th Grade & 8th Grade

I CAN..decode(make out; break apart) base 2 number system called binary and reproduce(copy; repeat) the result(give an answer; consequence) of converted decimal numbers.

I CAN…sort(group; classify) the difference between a bit, byte, nybble, kilobyte, megabyte, gigabyte, & terabyte and organize(put in order; arrange) them based on size.


Finish converting with your Binary Flip-chart

You are taking BINARY converting it to –> DECIMAL converting it to –> CHARACTER to decode the message using the ASCII table.

Once you have it all converted. Come tell me the message.

After that, you have a new document I shared with you on Binary Exercise, do that.

Then, you can make a copy of this Binary to Bitmap to complete and put it in your Z-Middle All folder

Then begin working in code.org. 

You can also look at Text Compression on Code.org

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