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assuming that the full stops break up the binary numbers: Binary 1000100 = Hex 44 Binary 11010010 = Hex D2 Binary 1000011 = Hex 43 Binary 10110011 = Hex B3

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

The number 225 in binary is 11100001

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I assume the number is in binary. Separate the binary number from the right, 4 digits at a time: 1011 1011. Then convert each group of four binary digits to hexadecimal. In this case, 1011 is B, so the answer is 0xBB (the prefix 0x is often used to indicate hexadecimal).I assume the number is in binary. Separate the binary number from the right, 4 digits at a time: 1011 1011. Then convert each group of four binary digits to hexadecimal. In this case, 1011 is B, so the answer is 0xBB (the prefix 0x is often used to indicate hexadecimal).I assume the number is in binary. Separate the binary number from the right, 4 digits at a time: 1011 1011. Then convert each group of four binary digits to hexadecimal. In this case, 1011 is B, so the answer is 0xBB (the prefix 0x is often used to indicate hexadecimal).I assume the number is in binary. Separate the binary number from the right, 4 digits at a time: 1011 1011. Then convert each group of four binary digits to hexadecimal. In this case, 1011 is B, so the answer is 0xBB (the prefix 0x is often used to indicate hexadecimal).

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111101110001(dec) = 19de2466f1(hex) 111101110001(bin) = f71(hex)

101101101 = 16D

The binary equivalent of Hexidecimal B3 = 1011 0011

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

with hexidecimal you neednt use as many chartictors to represent a number. in binary 15 would be 01111 where as in hex it would be E resulting in much quicker coding times

You need to separate the binary number into groups of 4 binary digit (starting from the right); then you look up each group in a conversion table. In this case, the separation is:0010 0000 So in hexadecimal, that would be: 20

with hexidecimal you neednt use as many chartictors to represent a number. in binary 15 would be 01111 where as in hex it would be E resulting in much quicker coding times

assuming that the full stops break up the binary numbers: Binary 1000100 = Hex 44 Binary 11010010 = Hex D2 Binary 1000011 = Hex 43 Binary 10110011 = Hex B3

For the decimal number system . . . 'Ten'. For the binary number system . . . 'Two' For the octal number system . . . 'Eight' For the hexidecimal number system . . . 'Sixteen' . . etc.

That depends what you mean by "B", and what you mean by "binary code" assuming that by "binary code", you actually mean a binary representation of it's ascii value, then the answer is 1000010. The ascii value of the character "B" is 66 in decimal, which is 1000010 is that value in binary. If on the other hand, you mean "what is the binary value of the hexidecimal number B?", then the answer is 1011.

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

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