Spoken Binary (and Hexadecimal)or How to verbalize numbers in binary and hexadecimal.  
Speaking numbers in most languages is based on powers of ten. This page defines how to speak numbers based on powers of two: spoken binary. As hexadecimal is base 2^{4}, spoken binary also serves as a spoken hexidecimal. Spoken binary uses single sounds to represent various powers of two, simimlar to how spoken decimal uses the words "ten", "hundred", and "thousand". To see how this system works and is defined, visit Spoken Binary Defined. For questions, suggestions and errors, email castedo@castedo.com. 


CountingTry different numbersType in any number, in any of the bases, or a type in a phonetic representation. ResymbolizeSee the effect of using different symbols for difference binary numeral scales. 
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