Number System

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Add the following numbers:
1110 1011 101 + 101 1111 + 1111 =

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    Not sure if the question was quoted properly, because the last group of the first number has only three digits.

    To add two binary numbers, we add a digit at a time just like in decimal, using the following rule:

    0+0=0
    0+1=1
    1+0=1
    1+1=0 with a carry of 1

    So to add 101 to 111 we would have
    101
    +111
    ____
    1100

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