We have eight binary numbers from the maze:** 0 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 **Now we need to decode them so we know how much it is in decimal numbers. We do this by creating a table with two rows. The bottom row has the binary numbers from the maze inserted, while the top row is missing three numbers. Complete the top row with the remaining numbers so we can use the table.

**Top row**

Calculate

**Bottom row**

Maze numbers

When the table is complete, imagine that 1 activates something while 0 does not. In this case, the 1 activates the number above it. It’s important to know that binary numbers are read from right to left. So, for example, if there were only three binary digits, let’s say 101, it would activate 1 and 4, which adds up to 5 in decimal.

USE THE TABLE TO CALCULATE WHAT THE BINARY NUMBERS FROM THE MAZE ARE IN DECIMAL NUMBERS