The world works on base 10 numbers but computers and telephones on the other hand use base 2 (binary). In some stage of school, you will have to learn base numbers. This post hopefully will explain to you how binary works. Anything to the power of 0 is 1.
Let's start with a basic base 10 number, say 35
35: (32+2+1) = 35. All other place holders are a 0.
Let's try a slightly harder number, say 112.
112: (64+32+16) = 35. Once again all other place holders are a 0
Let's start with a basic base 10 number, say 35
35: (32+2+1) = 35. All other place holders are a 0.
2^{6} (64)

2^{5} (32)

2^{4} (16)

2^{3 }(8)

2^{2 }(4)

2^{1 }(2)

2^{0 }(1)

1

0

0

0

1

1

Let's try a slightly harder number, say 112.
112: (64+32+16) = 35. Once again all other place holders are a 0
2^{6} (64)

2^{5} (32)

2^{4} (16)

2^{3 }(8)

2^{2 }(4)

2^{1 }(2)

2^{0 }(1)

1

1

1

0

0

0

0
