Example for n = 110.101**
Step 1: Conversion of 110 to decimal**
=> 110_{2} = (1*2^{2}) + (1*2^{1}) + (0*2^{0})
=> 110_{2} = 4 + 2 + 0
=> 110_{2} = 6
*So equivalent decimal of binary integral is 6.*
**Step 2: Conversion of .101 to decimal**
=> 0.101_{2} = (1*1/2) + (0*1/2^{2}) + (1*1/2^{3})
=> 0.101_{2} = 1*0.5 + 0*0.25 + 1*0.125
=> 0.101_{2} = 0.625
*So equivalent decimal of binary fractional is 0.625*
**Step 3: Add result of step 1 and 2.**
=> 6 + 0.625 = 6.625

Example for n = 4.47 k = 3
**Step 1: Conversion of 4 to binary**
1. 4/2 : Remainder = 0 : Quotient = 2
2. 2/2 : Remainder = 0 : Quotient = 1
3. 1/2 : Remainder = 1 : Quotient = 0
*So equivalent binary of integral part of decimal is 100.*
**Step 2: Conversion of .47 to binary**
1. 0.47 * 2 = 0.94, Integral part: 0
2. 0.94 * 2 = 1.88, Integral part: 1
3. 0.88 * 2 = 1.76, Integral part: 1
*So equivalent binary of fractional part of decimal is .011*
**Step 3: Combined the result of step 1 and 2.**
Final answer can be written as:
100 + .011 = 100.011