# What is the definition of a binary compound

What is the definition of a binary compound

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1. adamgala3885 says:

This is a question with a much simpler answer given its open ended ness - a representation merely means, given binary data, we can determine what 'thing' that binary data corresponds to.

That makes the question unanswerable, because words can all be represented in binary data, and the question cannot be answered without those. Thus, all answers we can convey have a binary representation of some form (that form being the translation of the words we used to communicate the answer into binary data).

2. amy290 says:

Binary (or "base-2") a numeric system that only utilizes two digits — 0 and 1. Computers operate in binary, betokening they store data and perform calculations utilizing only zeros and ones.
While a single binary digit can be acclimated to represent True (1) or Erroneous (0) in boolean logic, multiple binary digits can be habituated to store sizably voluminous numbers and perform involute functions. In fact, any number can be represented in binary.

3. Jazzyyyy088888 says:

A Binary compound is a chemical compound comprising of only two elements

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4. DIABLO3580 says:

ok

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5. Heavenleigh302 says:

Once again, a binary compound is a substance composed of exactly two different elements, which are substances that cannot be simplified further by chemical means. Examples of binary compounds include H2O, H2S, and NH3. Examples of substances that are not chemical compounds include Au, Fe, O, HCN, and HNO3

6. leeahnnfoster says:

ok congrats

Explanation: