I am currently trying to go between any two bases which are between and including base 2 to base 10. (i.e, base 10 to base 3, base 4 to base 6, etc...). Is there an equation or set of formulas for a one-step transition between the bases (or one-way method, rather than converting to base-10 then to base-x.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Converting between bases without base 10 mid-step

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