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Binary Lesson 4 Hexadecimal and Binary Practice. Counting to 15 Base Base Base 16 Base Base Base 16 Two Ten (Hex) Two Ten (Hex) 0 0 0 1000 8 8 0 0 0 1000.

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1 Binary Lesson 4 Hexadecimal and Binary Practice

2 Counting to 15 Base Base Base 16 Base Base Base 16 Two Ten (Hex) Two Ten (Hex) A A B B C C D D E E F F

3 Four Bits Make a Nybble A nybble can be represented by one hexadecimal digit Values from 0 to 15, or 0 to F 8s 4s2s1s

4 Eight Bits Make a Byte So this number is = 153 8s4s2s1s8s4s2s8s4s1s2s8s4s 16s32s 128s 64s16s32s64s16s32s One nybble: 0 through F One nybble: 0 through F

5 Two hexadecimal digits make a byte So this number is $99 = 9* = = 153 One nybble: 0 through F # of 16s One nybble: 0 through F # of 1s

6 Binary iClicker Questions

7 What is 16 in hexadecimal? A.$0A B.$A6 C.$0F D.$10 E.$16 1 of 11

8 What is $A0 in decimal? A.160 B.100 C.10 D.255 E.90 2 of 11

9 What is 64 in hexadecimal? A.$20 B.$30 C.$34 D.$40 E.$44 3 of 11

10 What is 252 in hexadecimal? A.$F0 B.$F8 C.$FA D.$FC E.$FE 4 of 11

11 Convert this binary number to hexadecimal: A.$23 B.$63 C.$67 D.$69 E.$6B 5 of 11

12 What is the highlighted IP Address? A B C D E.Something else 6 of 11

13 Convert this IP address to hexadecimal: A B C D.7F E.7D of 11

14 Convert this IP address to binary: A B C D E of 11

15 Convert this IP address to binary: A B C D E of 11

16 Convert this IP address to binary: A B C D E of 11

17 Convert this subnet mask to binary: A B C D E of 11


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