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Q: What is the hexadecimal in binary?

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It equates to 26 in hexadecimal.

1101111010101101 in binary is equal to DEAD in hexadecimal.

Each 4 bits of binary can make 1 hexadecimal digit. There are 16 hexadecimal characters including zero. This can be shown by the equation 2^4 = 16.

Computers store data in binary digits - ones and zeroes. It is mainly here that hexadecimal is used, as a shortcut for binary; each hexadecimal digit corresponds to four binary digits.

Okay, I'm pretty sure that 864 binary is 30 hexadecimal. - RG

Each 4-digit string of binary digits is equivalent to 1 single hexadecimal digit.

Assuming the original was in binary, the answer is 36.A

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.

Binary(1010) = Hex(A)

The binary representation is : 1111011001

the binary system is base 2 and the hexadecimal system is base 16

D29B

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