Year 8

Year 8

# Turing's mug

## Lesson details

### Key learning points

1. In this lesson, we will complete a set of tasks followed by a puzzle activity that utilises conversion between binary and decimal.

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### 8 Questions

Q1.
What does the word ‘bit’ mean in Computing?
A group of 8 0s and 1s.
A sequence of 0s and 1s.
Very small piece.
Q2.
Which of the following is a binary digit?
01
2
bit
Q3.
Which of the following would you characterise as ‘binary’? (Tick 2 boxes)
A die
An oven knob.
Q4.
Which of the following is a byte?
1
8
bit bit bit bit bit bit bit bit.
Q5.
What is the size or length of this sequence of binary digits: 101?
101
2 bits.
5
Q6.
Here is a sequence of binary digits: 011000101110010100110100010001110101001110001010101 What could this sequence represent? What could it mean?
A number.
A piece of text.
A set of instructions.
Correct answer: Any piece of information.
Musical notes.
Q7.
Which of the following are equivalent to 8,000 bits? (Tick 2 boxes)