## binary switches

Each switch by itself can represent 2 states, 0 (“false”, represented by voltage off) and 1 (“true”, represented by voltage on). Left column: This corresponds to the k in 2k . Right column: This corresponds to the number of unique states that the set of switches can represent.

Each switch by itself can represent 2 states, 0 (“false”, represented by voltage off) and 1 (“true”, represented by voltage on). Left column: This corresponds to the k in 2k . Right column: This corresponds to the number of unique states that the set of switches can represent.