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Q: How can you change the number 47 in Binary Code Decimal?

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25510 = 111111112 25510 = 001001010101BCD

1111 in binary is 15 in decimal.

Binary for the decimal number 2 is 10 (or 0000 0010 if you want it as a byte value) ASCII code for the decimal number 2 is 50 (Dec), 34 (Hex), 062 (Oct), 0011 0010 (Bin)

Binary code of 4 is 0100. To get Excess-3 code, add 11(binary code of 3) to binary code of desired number, here it is 4. Hence, Excess-3 Code for 4 is 0111.

decimal value of 43

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25510 = 111111112 25510 = 001001010101BCD

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14 decimal in binary is 11102. In octal it is 168 and in hexadecimal it is 0E16.

Decimal 30 = binary 11110. The decimal binary code (BCD), however, is 11 0000.

You can easily convert decimal to binary in the scientific calculator - for example, the scientific calculator found in Windows. In this case, type the number in decimal, then click on "binary" to convert to binary.

122 decimal, 01111100 binary.

That's the binary equivalent of the decimal number 68.

1111 in binary is 15 in decimal.

Binary for the decimal number 2 is 10 (or 0000 0010 if you want it as a byte value) ASCII code for the decimal number 2 is 50 (Dec), 34 (Hex), 062 (Oct), 0011 0010 (Bin)

Binary code of 4 is 0100. To get Excess-3 code, add 11(binary code of 3) to binary code of desired number, here it is 4. Hence, Excess-3 Code for 4 is 0111.

In hexadecimal, that would be 0x2E, which is equivalent to 46 in decimal, which in binary is 101110.

As a number, it means 16+8+1, or 25 in decimal

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