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**Monika Gope Lecturer IICT, KUET**

Number System… Monika Gope Lecturer IICT, KUET

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Inside The Computer 3/31/2017

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Decimal to Binary Technique 1: 3/31/2017 Step 1

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Decimal to Binary Technique 1: 3/31/2017 Step 2

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Decimal to Binary Technique 1: 3/31/2017 Steps

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Decimal to Binary Technique 1: 3/31/2017 Steps

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Decimal to Binary Technique 2: 3/31/2017 Step 1

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Decimal to Binary Technique 2: 3/31/2017 Step 2

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Decimal to Binary Technique 2: 3/31/2017 Step 3

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Decimal to Binary Technique 2: 3/31/2017 Step 4

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Decimal to Binary Technique 2: 3/31/2017 Step 5

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Decimal to Binary Technique 2: 3/31/2017 Step 6

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Decimal to Binary Technique 2: 3/31/2017 Step 7

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Decimal to Binary Technique 2: 3/31/2017 Step 8

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Decimal to Binary Technique 2: 3/31/2017 Step 9

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Binary to Decimal Technique 1: 3/31/2017 Step 1

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Binary to Decimal Technique 1: 3/31/2017 Step 2

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Binary to Decimal Technique 1: 3/31/2017 Step 3

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Binary to Decimal Technique 1: 3/31/2017 Step 4

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Binary to Decimal Technique 1: 3/31/2017 Step 5

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Binary to Decimal Technique 2: 3/31/2017 Step 1

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Binary to Decimal Technique 2: 3/31/2017 Step 2

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Binary to Decimal Technique 2: 3/31/2017 Step 3

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Binary to Decimal Technique 2: 3/31/2017 Step 4

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Binary to Decimal Technique 2: 3/31/2017 Step 5

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Binary to Decimal Technique 2: 3/31/2017 Step 6

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Binary to Decimal Technique 2: 3/31/2017 Step 7

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Binary to Decimal Technique 2: 3/31/2017 Step 9

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**Binary to Decimal- Decimal to Binary**

(123)10 = ( )2 = 227 150 = = 162 3/31/2017

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**Summary of Decimal Number System**

A positional Number System Has 10 Symbols or Digits (0,1,2,3,4, 5,6,7,8 ,9). Hence its base is 10. The maximum value of single digit is 9. Each position of a digit represent a specific power of the base 10. 3/31/2017

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**Summary of Decimal Number System**

In positional number systems, there are only few symbols, called digits, and these symbols represent values, depending on the position , they occupy in the number. The value of each digit is determined by three steps The digit itself The position of the digit in the number The base of the number systems Examples Decimal number systems Binary number systems Octal number systems Hexadecimal number systems. 3/31/2017

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**Summary of Binary Number System**

As we know that decimal system the base is equal to 10. It means that there are 10 digits in decimal system i.e. 0,1,2,3,…,9. Binary number system is same as decimal system, except that the base is 2, instead of 10. In Binary System there are only two digits (0,1) , which can be used. Each position in a binary system represent the power of base (2) 3/31/2017

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**Summary of Binary Number System**

3/31/2017 = = 21

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**Octal Number System In Octal Number System, the base is 8.**

So, there are eight digits: 0,1,2,3,4,5,6 and 7. Each position in an octal number represents a power of base 8. Since there are only 8 digits, so 3 bits are sufficient to represent any octal number in binary, Example = = 1071

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**Hexadecimal Number System**

In hexadecimal number system, the base is 16. So, there are 16 digits or symbols in hexadecimal number system. First 10 digits are 0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9. The remaining six digits are denoted by the symbols A, B, C, D, E and F, representing the decimal values 10, 11,12, 13, 14 and 15, respectively. Each position in the hexadecimal system represents a power of the base (16) Example: = (1 * 256) + (10 * 16) + (15 * 1) = = 431

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**Converting From One Number System To Another**

Any number in one number system can be represented in other number system. In computer system, the input and output is mostly in decimal number system. So, computer takes input in decimal and convert it into binary than process the input and converts again in decimal to produce output. Which is understandable to user.

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**Converting From Decimal to Another Base**

Four Steps Divide the decimal number to be converted by the value of new base. Record the remainder from Step 1 as the right most digit of the new base number. Divide the quotient of the previous divide by the new base. Record the remainder from step 3 as the next digit (to the left) of the new base. Repeat Step 3 and 4 until the quotient becomes zero.

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**Converting From Decimal To Another Base**

Example remainder Hence =

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**Converting to Decimal from Another Base**

Three steps. Determine the column value of each digit (this depends on the position of the digit and the base of the number). Multiply the obtain column values by the digits in the corresponding columns. Sum the products calculated in step 2. The total is equivalent value in decimal.

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**Converting to Decimal from Another Base**

Example Step 1: Determine the values. 1 2 3 4 5 Step 2: Multiply Column values by corresponding column digits (1x16) + (1x8) + (0x4) + (0x2) + (1x1) Step 3: Sum the product = 25

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Decimal to Octal 3/31/2017 Step 9

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Octal to Decimal The given number is = (2 * 82) + (0 * 81) + (1 * 80) = 2 * * * 1 = = 129 The equivalent decimal number for 2018 is = 129 3/31/2017

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**Decimal to Octal - Octal to Decimal**

The given number is (532) 10 = ( ?) 8 The given number is (532) 8 = ( ?) 10 Answer: 1024, 346 3/31/2017

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**Hexadecimal Numbering systems**

Base: 16 Digits: 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7,8,9,A,B,C,D,E,F Hexadecimal number: 1F416 powers of : decimal value: Hexadecimal number: F 4

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**Hexadecimal Numbering systems**

Four-bit Group Decimal Digit Hexadecimal Digit A B C D E F

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**Hexa to Decimal Conversion**

To convert to base 10, beginning with the rightmost digit multiply each nth digit by 16(n-1), and add all of the results together. Ex: 1F416 positional powers of 16: decimal positional value: Hexadecimal number: F 4 =

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**Converting From a Base Other Than 10 to a Base Other than 10**

Two Steps Convert The original number into decimal number system Convert the decimal number obtained in step 1 to the new number.

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**Shortcut Method of converting Binary number system to Octal Number System**

Step 1: Divide the digits into group of three starting from the right Step 2: Convert each group of three binary digits to one octal digit using the method of binary to decimal conversion.

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**Shortcut Method of converting Binary number system to Octal Number System**

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**Shortcut Method of converting Octal Number System to Binary number system**

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**Shortcut Method of converting Binary number system to Hexadecimal Number System**

Step 1: Divide the digits into group of four starting from the right Step 2: Convert each group of four binary digits to one Hexadecimal number.

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**Shortcut Method of converting Binary number system to Hexadecimal Number System**

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**Shortcut Method of converting Hexadecimal Number System to Binary number system**

Step 1: Convert Each Hexadecimal digit to a 4 digit binary number. Step 2: Combine all the resulting binary groups into a single binary number

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**Shortcut Method of converting Hexadecimal Number System to Binary number system**

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Fractional Numbers

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**Formation of Fractional Numbers in Binary Number System**

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**Anyone who has never made a mistake has never tried anything new.**

3/31/2017 Anyone who has never made a mistake has never tried anything new. Einstein

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