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Q: What is 1000100.11010010.01000011.10110011 to hexidecimal?

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AD plus AD in hexidecimal = 15A

13 and 14 respectively in decimal D and E respectively in Hexidecimal

To convert binary to hexadecimal split the binary number into blocks of 4 bits from the right hand end; each block represents a hexadecimal digit: 111101110001 → 1111 0111 0001 = 0xF71

When dealing with base 2 (a/k/a "binary"), when counting upwards, when a digit goes to 2 it creates a new digit to the left. Examples of base 2 usage: 00 01 10 or 010 011 100 Base 10 means that when counting upwards, when a digit goes to ten it creates a new digit to the left. Examples of base 10 usage: 08 09 10 or 098 099 100 If you were dealing with base 16 (a/k/a "hexidecimal"), when counting upwards, when a digit goes to 16 it creates a new digit to the left. Examples of base 16 usage: 08 09 0A 0B 0C 0D 0E 0F 10 or 0FC 0FD 0FE 0FF 100

Base 10 means that when counting upwards, when a digit goes to ten it creates a new digit to the left.Examples of base 10 usage:080910or098099100If you were dealing with base 2 (a/k/a "binary"), when counting upwards, when a digit goes to 2 it creates a new digit to the left.Examples of base 2 usage:000110or010011100If you were dealing with base 16 (a/k/a "hexidecimal"), when counting upwards, when a digit goes to 16 it creates a new digit to the left.Examples of base 16 usage:08090A0B0C0D0E0F10or0FC0FD0FE0FF100

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in hexidecimal, ten is A in binary, ten is 1010

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AD plus AD in hexidecimal = 15A

The binary equivalent of Hexidecimal B3 = 1011 0011

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