Powers of 2

I think you should use something bigger than 8^8 because I already memorized many powers of 2, and I just found one that was something I already memorized, namely 2^24.

@Potato2017 I've only memorized the small powers up to \(2^8\), plus \(2^{10}\) !

I sort of know up to 2048 because of that darn game. WHY CAN'T THE 256'S MATCH UP AAAAHHH


No I'm kidding I don't think I can make it up to 256 I kinda suck

It's fine

@TheDarkinBlade If you code (even a tiny bit), you might know that you can enter colors as three numbers: red, green, and blue. For example, the Daily Challenge / Expii purple is \( 88, 84, 104.\) And the color white is \(255, 255, 255,\) because white contains every color to its full maximum.
Why is the maximum value for any color equal to \(255?\) It's because computer can store \(256\) different numbers in a "byte," which is the standard storage size of a piece of data. (The maximum isn't \(256,\) but \(255,\) since \(0\) counts as the first number.)
A computer "byte" consists of \(8\) bits, each of which can be "on," or "off," corresponding to whether there is an electron there or not.
So, there are \(2^8 = \boxed{256}\) different numbers that a byte of memory can store!

@debbie Woah, that's so cool!

There should be a collection of those posters all together

@TheDarkinBlade Good suggestion! There is now a course index, and I'll be updating the index with these infographics as I make them.

@debbie cool!

Cool $$$$