Q: What number system uses the digit 0 to 9 and the symbols a-f?

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Octal.

9

88, rather nicely uses 8 characters in Roman numerals: LXXXVIII.

No. It uses ten digits and the decimal point: eleven symbols in all.

what is the greets possible 9 digit number that uses each of the digits 1-3 times

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Octal.

9

88, rather nicely uses 8 characters in Roman numerals: LXXXVIII.

The decimal number system uses 10 different symbols to represent a number. The 10 different symbols are 0 to 9. It is a base 10 system unlike binary which is base 2 ( 0 and 1).

Hindu-Arabic is our current number system while Babylonian numbers are an ancient number system which uses base 60 and uses only two symbols.

The decimal system uses the digits 0-9 to represent numbers. Each digit's value is determined by its position in a number. For example, in the number 573, the digit 5 represents 500, the digit 7 represents 70, and the digit 3 represents 3.

No. It uses ten digits and the decimal point: eleven symbols in all.

The decimal number system is a base-10 system, meaning it uses 10 digits (0-9) to represent numbers. Each digit's position in the number indicates its weight, with the rightmost digit representing ones, the next digit to the left representing tens, and so on. By combining these digits, you can represent any number using powers of 10.

what is the greets possible 9 digit number that uses each of the digits 1-3 times

Just write an odd digit in the one's position, and repeat that digit in the ten's position.

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number systems use different bases. If a number only uses 5 symbols, then it is in base 5 The number system we use is base 10, because we have 10 symbols: 0123456789 so the number 1289 = 9x10^0 + 8x10^1+2x10^2+1x10^3 If it were in another base n, then converted to base ten abcd = dxn^0 + cxn^1+bxn^2+axn^3 A number system some may be familiar with is binary, which has a number base 2 since it only has 2 symbols, 1 and 0 In other number systems, the symbols can be different, such as in Babylonion, or other languages.