What is the difference between 16 bit and 32 bit?

mahmudraba
Asked Dec 01, 2009
Edited Dec 01, 2009
think of 16 on/off switches and 32 on/off switches that are used to represent binary numbers(that is in base 2 -- 0 or 1) .... with 32 switches you can represent more numbers and make bigger calculations at any given time.
steini
Answered Dec 04, 2009

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