What is hexadecimal: Definition and 22 Discussions
In mathematics and computing, the hexadecimal (also base-16 or simply hex) numeral system is a positional numeral system that represents numbers using a radix (base) of 16. Unlike the decimal system representing numbers using 10 symbols, hexadecimal uses 16 distinct symbols, most often the symbols "0"–"9" to represent values 0 to 9, and "A"–"F" (or alternatively "a"–"f") to represent values from 10 to 15.
Software developers and system designers widely use hexadecimal numbers because they provide a human-friendly representation of binary-coded values. Each hexadecimal digit represents four bits (binary digits), also known as a nibble (or nybble). For example, an 8-bit byte can have values ranging from 00000000 to 11111111 in binary form, which can be conveniently represented as 00 to FF in hexadecimal.
In mathematics, a subscript is typically used to specify the base. For example, the decimal value 36,731 would be expressed in hexadecimal as 8F7B16. In programming, a number of notations are used to denote hexadecimal numbers, usually involving a prefix. The prefix 0x is used in C, which would denote this value as 0x8F7B.
Hexadecimal is used in the transfer encoding Base16, in which each byte of the plaintext is broken into two 4-bit values and represented by two hexadecimal digits.
The solution (green arrow) states that for example :
0xD + 0x9 = 0x16
Details :
0xD = 13,
0x9 = 9,
13 + 9 = 22,
22 = 0x16
Where does the 0x16 come from? I do get to add D + 9 = 13 + 19 = 22 so how come 22 is equal to 16 (assuming D + 9 = 16 is correct) How am I suppose this solution?
I don't need help with a problem just help with easy ways of tackling the problems. Below are my current methods. (Hopefully, all is correct I was in a rush).
Binary to Decimal:
128
64
32
16
8
4
2
1
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
1
I already know 128+64+32= 224 so then 16+1=17, meaning 224+17=241...
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I am trying to multiply hexadecimal numbers.
Here is what my book has given
Here is my solution
book solution and my solution has differed in the red marked area.
which solution is correct?
am I doing anything wrong here? I get 6 F but book wrote 78 in that red marked area.
Need...
Homework Statement
Hello all,
I am trying to determine the last hexadecimal digit of a sum of rather large factorials. To start, I have the sum 990! + 991! +...+1000!. I am trying to find the last hex digit of a larger sum than this, but I think all I need is a push in the right direction...
Homework Statement
Give the ASCII code for the hexadecimal number B7.CF (including the code for the hexadecimal point)
The Attempt at a Solution
This was one of the questions given on a problem sheet in my computer science class. I missed the exact lecture when this was taught so I...
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Homework Statement
Convert the decimal number 2000.90210 to a single-precision IEEE 754 hexadecimal.
Homework Equations
(exponent field)_10 - 127_10 = exponent_10
The first bit is the sign bit.
The 2nd to 9th bits are the exponent bits.
The 10th to 32nd bits are the fraction field bits...
Homework Statement
Show that the binary expansion of a positive integer can be obtained form its hexadecimal expansion by translating each hexadecimal digit into a block of four binary digits.
Homework Equations
The Attempt at a Solution
I know that this is true but I have no...
Homework Statement
Write all the possible decimal values (3 of them) of the 8-bit hexadecimal number 0xD1.
The Attempt at a Solution
So I can write that D1 = D*161 + 1 * 160 = 13*16 + 1 = 209
Can I also say that the most significant bit is reserved for sign? In that case, I think the...
I need to design a bank of four 4-bit registers whose contents are displayed on the seven-segment displays. So, basically just display 4 hexadecimal numbers on the 7-segment. The output switches on its own with every clock cycle. I'm using a Basys2 board for this. This is what I have so far...
Homework Statement
I have to hex numbers, x1100 and x3301, that I want to add. I tried to convert them to binary and and them, then convert back to hex-wrong. Tried a straight 1100+3301 addition with the answer being hex, and even used my ti-89 to add them, it can do conversions so why not...
1. Homework Statement
1.(a) How many 4 digit hexadecimal numbers can be formed using the hexadecimal digits 1. 5, 6, 9, A, C?(Repetition is allowed)
(b) How many four digit hexadecimal numbers with distinct digits can be formed using the hexadecimal digits above?
(c) What is the...
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i'm doing a circuits lab in physics at the moment based on programming a PIC16F819 microcontroller. What i don't understand is how the program is executed.
I kind of understand that when a pin is logic high voltage then the bit of the number is one and when it is logic low it is zero...
Homework Statement
Convert the hexadecimal (base 16) value FACE.BE into octal (base 8), correct
to 2 octal places.
Homework Equations
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The Attempt at a Solution
First, I've converted the FACE.BE to decimals and I got 64206.742188
Next I change them to octal
64206(dec) =...