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What Base is Hexadecimal?

Hint: The Base identifies how many unique digits are in a number system.

Base 16

Hexadecimal uses 16 different digits between 0 & F


What is the hexadecimal equivalent of this denary number?


102 to binary = 01100110, then into nibbles: 0110=6-6 0110=6=6


What is the binary representation of this hexadecimal number?


F = 15 = 1111, 9 = 9 = 1001


What is the denary equivalent of this hexadecimal number?


7 = 0111 & 4 = 0100, then combine the nibbles into one number: 01110100, then convert the whole number to denary = 116


What is the hexadecimal equivalent of this binary number?


1001=9=9 & 1101=13=D

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