Binary Time

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Just 3 dots. But you gotta learn anyway.
The binary numeral system represents numeric values using two symbols (0,1). It is used internally by all computers and we know them as bits (binary digits).

Nowadays there are some fancy watches that use these numbers to tell the time...

Can you read it?

The red light represents 1 and the other 0. The top row represents the hours and the bottom row the minutes.

It is easy... starting from right to left every digit has a value that doubles the previous, starting with 1.

So if we have a 6 digit binary number, the values for each digit would be:
32,16,8,4,2 and 1.
For every 1 that you find you have to add the value according to de position.
For instance, 101100 would represent
32 8 4=44.

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The game ends when you get all 15 questions correct, or when you give up ;)

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1 J onas 100% 0:02.2 min. 6 Mar, '11
2 kyleciz 100% 0:03.4 min. 9 Apr, '11
3 XBioshockX 100% 0:04.9 min. 19 Sep, '07
4 Dan 100% 0:05.2 min. 22 Apr, '07
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7 Eoin 100% 0:06.0 min. 21 Jun, '08
8 Grainbeer 100% 0:06.8 min. 19 Sep, '15

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