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Find a method for converting a repeating decimal expansion (with any period and any number of non-repeating digits

between the decimal point and the 1st repeating digit) from binary to hexadecimal, without converting to base ten.

Then convert the repeating binary expansion to hexadecimal (without using base ten).

To convert to hexadecimal, group the digits is sets of four,

. . starting at the decimal point and reading to the left and right.

We have: .

Convert each group to hexadecimal: .

Therefore: .

We are given: .

We have: .

Therefore: .