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Convert 64 from decimal to binary

(base 2) notation:

##### Power Test

Raise our base of 2 to a power

Start at 0 and increasing by 1 until it is >= 64

20 = 1

21 = 2

22 = 4

23 = 8

24 = 16

25 = 32

26 = 64 <--- Stop: This is equal to 64

Since 64 is equal to 64, we use our current power as our starting point which equals 6

##### Build binary notation

Work backwards from a power of 6

##### 26 = 64

The highest coefficient less than 1 we can multiply this by to stay under 64 is 1

Multiplying this coefficient by our original value, we get: 1 * 64 = 64

Add our new value to our running total, we get:
0 + 64 = 64

This = 64, so we assign our outside coefficient of 1 for this digit.

Our new sum becomes 64

Our binary notation is now equal to 1

##### 25 = 32

The highest coefficient less than 1 we can multiply this by to stay under 64 is 1

Multiplying this coefficient by our original value, we get: 1 * 32 = 32

Add our new value to our running total, we get:
64 + 32 = 96

This is > 64, so we assign a 0 for this digit.

Our total sum remains the same at 64

Our binary notation is now equal to 10

##### 24 = 16

The highest coefficient less than 1 we can multiply this by to stay under 64 is 1

Multiplying this coefficient by our original value, we get: 1 * 16 = 16

Add our new value to our running total, we get:
64 + 16 = 80

This is > 64, so we assign a 0 for this digit.

Our total sum remains the same at 64

Our binary notation is now equal to 100

##### 23 = 8

The highest coefficient less than 1 we can multiply this by to stay under 64 is 1

Multiplying this coefficient by our original value, we get: 1 * 8 = 8

Add our new value to our running total, we get:
64 + 8 = 72

This is > 64, so we assign a 0 for this digit.

Our total sum remains the same at 64

Our binary notation is now equal to 1000

##### 22 = 4

The highest coefficient less than 1 we can multiply this by to stay under 64 is 1

Multiplying this coefficient by our original value, we get: 1 * 4 = 4

Add our new value to our running total, we get:
64 + 4 = 68

This is > 64, so we assign a 0 for this digit.

Our total sum remains the same at 64

Our binary notation is now equal to 10000

##### 21 = 2

The highest coefficient less than 1 we can multiply this by to stay under 64 is 1

Multiplying this coefficient by our original value, we get: 1 * 2 = 2

Add our new value to our running total, we get:
64 + 2 = 66

This is > 64, so we assign a 0 for this digit.

Our total sum remains the same at 64

Our binary notation is now equal to 100000

##### 20 = 1

The highest coefficient less than 1 we can multiply this by to stay under 64 is 1

Multiplying this coefficient by our original value, we get: 1 * 1 = 1

Add our new value to our running total, we get:
64 + 1 = 65

This is > 64, so we assign a 0 for this digit.

Our total sum remains the same at 64

Our binary notation is now equal to 1000000