1001 base 2 = 9 base 10
Prime numbers are prime numbers - whether we count in the decimal, binary, hexadecimal or another base.
-- The decimal system (base-10) uses 10 digits to write all numbers. -- The binary system (base-2) uses 2 digits to write all numbers.
Both base 16 and base 2 number systems use binary numbers (1 and 0) to write out and define decimal numbers.
decimal numeral system, or the base 10 system
TEN, the same as the number of fingers most people have.
13 base 10
385 base 10
10923 base 10
Computers and calculators utilize the base 2 because it is easier to program binary numbers (base 2) into the computer than decimal numbers (base 10).
If you are talking about decimal as in base 10, than yes. If you are talking about decimal as in place value, than no, because numbers that are not whole numbers can not be grouped into even and odd.