# 50 in Binary

Decimal 50 in binary conversion provides the detailed information on what is the binary equivalent of (50)10, and the step-by-step work for how to convert the decimal (base-10) number 50 to its binary (base-2) equivalent.

(50)10 in binary is equal to:
(50)10 = (?)2
Perform successive MOD-2 operation for decimal 50, and mark the initial remainder as LSB and the final remainder as MSB as like the below.

 50 MOD-2 50 / 2 = 25 Remainder is 0 → LSB 25 MOD-2 25 / 2 = 12 Remainder is 1 12 MOD-2 12 / 2 = 6 Remainder is 0 6 MOD-2 6 / 2 = 3 Remainder is 0 3 MOD-2 3 / 2 = 1 Remainder is 1 1 MOD-2 1 / 2 = 0 Remainder is 1 → MSB
Arrange the remainders from MSB to LSB forms the binary equivalent of 50.
5010 = 1100102

Hence,
50 in binary is 110010

where,
5010 is the given decimal number,
10 in 5010 represents the base-10 or decimal number system,
1100102 is the binary equivalent of the decimal 41,
2 in 1100102 represents the base-2 or binary number system.

Important Notes: (50)10 in Binary
The below are some of the important notes to be remembered while converting the base-10 number 50 into a binary number.
1. The initial or first remainder while performing MOD-2 operation for 50 is a Least Significant Bit (LSB).
2. The last remainder while performing MOD-2 operation for 50 is a Most Significant Bit (MSB).
3. The remainders of MOD-2 operation for 50 should be written from MSB to LSB to form the binary equivalent for the given decimal number (50)10.

For decimal values other than 50, use this below tool: 