Noun | 1. | equivalent-binary-digit factor - the average number of binary digits needed to express one radix digit in a non-binary numeration system; on the average a number that can be expressed in N decimal digits takes 3.3N binary digits |

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Equitation

Equitemporaneous

Equites

Equity

equity credit line

Equity looks upon that as done

Equity of redemption

Equity suffers not a right without a remedy

Equivalence

equivalence class

equivalence class partitioning

equivalence relation

Equivalency

Equivalent

equivalent weight

equivalent word

**-- equivalent-binary-digit factor --**

Equivalently

Equivalue

Equivalve

Equivalvular

Equivocacy

Equivocal

Equivocal chord

Equivocally

Equivocalness

Equivocate

Equivocation

Equivocator

Equivocatory

Equivoque

Equivorous

Equuleus

Equitemporaneous

Equites

Equity

equity credit line

Equity looks upon that as done

Equity of redemption

Equity suffers not a right without a remedy

Equivalence

equivalence class

equivalence class partitioning

equivalence relation

Equivalency

Equivalent

equivalent weight

equivalent word

Equivalently

Equivalue

Equivalve

Equivalvular

Equivocacy

Equivocal

Equivocal chord

Equivocally

Equivocalness

Equivocate

Equivocation

Equivocator

Equivocatory

Equivoque

Equivorous

Equuleus