First you write the binary number down from right to left and just above the binary numbers you write the power of two,making sure each number corresponds by its power of...Read More

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Hexadecimal is a base 16 numeral system.So
2C= (2 multiply 16 power1) +( C multiply 16 power 0) which equals to C multiply 1
C in our hexadecimal chart equals decimal number 12,so...Read More

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Correct answer is option C – 10110010

First step: look up each octal digit in the decimal, binary, hexa and octal chart table to obtain the equivalent group of four binary digits.Read More

First step: look up each octal digit in the decimal, binary, hexa and octal chart table to obtain the equivalent group of four binary digits.

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The answer is 10110010
in the hexadecimal table the base "B" is represented by decimal 1011 and "2" is represented by the decimal 0010
therefore we combine the "B"decimal with the "...Read More

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Binary numbers are commonly found in math or computer languages. Binary refers to a base-2 number system. Usually, the two numbers that are included in the binary number would be zeroes and ones...Read More

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340 viewsFirst conver 2C to binary then to decimal

so 2C=00101100 (binary)

= 1x2^5+1x2^3+1x2^2

=32+8+4

=44

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Hexadecimal number system uses 16 different symbols;0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,A,B,C,D,E,F
So in our case we must first find the largest power of 16 thats smaller than the decimal number 20....Read More

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Hexadecimal digits can either be 0-9 or A-F,since hexadecimal is base 16.In our case write a small 1 above the last digit,we are not raising anything to any power but to see what digit means...Read More

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Let us say that you would like to convert binary to hexadecimal, but you do not know the right steps to do that.
Just do the following:
• Get the binary number that you need to...Read More

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One of the things that you would have to learn when you are dealing with numbers is how you can round off. This may be simple in the beginning, but as you grow older, rounding off can become more...Read More

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