If you mean, for example, divide one hexadecimal number by another:
In any number base, you can use basically the same method you use with decimal numbers - in the case of division, the "long division". However, you have to use the corresponding multiplication table, for example, the multiplication table for multiplying two hexadecimal digits, with a hexadecimal result.
8 in octal, 16 in hexadecimal.
F in hexadecimal is 17 in octal.
FD2 (hexadecimal) = 7722 (octal)
Octal and hexadecimal numbers are used extensively by computer specialists because octal and hexadecimal are easily converted to and from binary. You simply group the binary bits into groups of 3 or 4 and then convert that group into octal or hexadecimal, or you convert the octal or hexadecimal digit into a group of 3 or 4 binary bits. With practice, you can do this at sight.
Octal = 56704534 Decimal = 12290396
Hexadecimal -> BB895Cdecimal -> 12.290.396octal -> 56.704.534
Yes, I can.
Octal = 52746757 Binary = 101010111100110111101111
If the above is decimal then in hexadecimal it is 2964492C2. If it is binary then in hexadecimal it is 7DA. If it is octal then in hexadecimal it is 49241208.
The best way is to first convert hexadecimal to binary and then to octal. For example the hexadcimal number B4EA is in binary: B 4 E A 1011 0100 1110 1010 Thus B4EA (hexadecimal) = 1011010011101010 (binary) We add leading zeros to the binary number in order to be able to divide the number in sets of 3 digits. Then we convert easy to octal as follows: 001 011 010 011 101 010 1 3 2 3 5 2 Therefore 1011010011101010 (binary) = 132352 (octal) and from here you have your result: B4EA (hexadecimal) = 132352 (octal)