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    Express the following

    Hey peeps, i need to express the following numbers into these systems, octal, binary, denary and hexadecimal

    i need to express

    0.101 (binary) in to hex, denary and octal
    95 (denary) into hex octal and binary
    2468 (octal) into denary, hex and binary
    and EC (hex) in to binary denary and octl

    thanks peeps, really need the help
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    Quote Originally Posted by jermaindefoe View Post
    Hey peeps, i need to express the following numbers into these systems, octal, binary, denary and hexadecimal

    i need to express

    0.101 (binary) in to hex, denary and octal
    95 (denary) into hex octal and binary
    2468 (octal) into denary, hex and binary
    and EC (hex) in to binary denary and octl

    thanks peeps, really need the help
    Well, do it! It is a useful exercise. Do you understand the Base Positional Systems individually?

    0.101 (binary) in decimal is 1*(1/2) + 0*(1/4) + 1*(1/8)

    95 (denary) in decimal is 9*(10) + 5*(1)

    2468 is not a valid number in Octal. The fact that you don't seem to have noticed this is not encouraging.

    EC (hex) in decimal is 14*(16) + 12*(1)

    Please show your work.
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