Q: Which are the likely uses for a base?

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If the height of the trapezoid is 9 and the base is 26, then it appears likely to us that the base is 26.

In Math, a base is the number of numbers used to describe the mathematical system. For example, a base 2 system is called binary and uses 0 and 1; a base 10 system is a decimal system, and uses the current standard of ten numbers ranged from 0 to 10.

-- The decimal system (base-10) uses 10 digits to write all numbers. -- The binary system (base-2) uses 2 digits to write all numbers.

It is called the binary system. It uses only 2 numbers. The numbers are "0" and "1" This is a computer language. Base 10 is our regular number system... consisting of 10 numbers from 1-9 including 0

Binary means base 2 - it uses two digits. Those digits are zero and one.

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three practical uses of an acid is in a home, food, and industry. the same goes for a base.

The base cold be a square most likely.

Far off base; not at all relevant or likely.

The number system that uses a base of 10 and the valid numbers are 0 to 9 is the decimal system.

most of the base interments use the base clef i think the cornet or trumpet is the only interment that uses treble clef.

Slippery is one characteristic of a base. ;)

The base 8 number system (shortened to oct) uses digits 0-7.

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nope they don't

If the height of the trapezoid is 9 and the base is 26, then it appears likely to us that the base is 26.