Basics of Binary Addresses
Computer system assigns the binary addresses to the memory locations. However, The system uses amount of bits to address a memory location.
Using 1 bit, we can address two memory locations. Using 2 bits we can address 4 and using 3 bits we can address 8 memory locations.
A pattern can be identified in the mapping between the number of bits in the address and the range of the memory locations.
these n bits can be divided into two parts, that are, K bits and (n-k) bits.