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    Unhappy please help with base4 to a base 6 number

    i am so confused on how to do this.
    convert 13352 base4 to base 6. could someone show me how this is done?
    thank you
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    Quote Originally Posted by dblbac View Post
    i am so confused on how to do this.
    convert 13352 base4 to base 6. could someone show me how this is done?
    thank you
    13352 cannot possibly be a base 4 number. There is no 5 in base 4; only digits 0, 1, 2, 3.
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    are you sure?

    that was the question given to us by the instructor.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dblbac View Post
    that was the question given to us by the instructor.
    Yep, I'm sure. You must've copied it wrong. See here: Number Bases: Base 4 and Base 7
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    Smile thanks

    thanks for all the help. i think i have it now
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