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    Convert the following binary numbers to their hexadecimal equivalents.a)1001.11112
    b) 110101.0110012
    c) 10100111.1110112


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    (Original post by moneus)
    Convert the following binary numbers to their hexadecimal equivalents.a)1001.11112
    b) 110101.0110012
    c) 10100111.1110112


    Stuck on b & c (the decimal bit)

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    Why is there a 2 in the decimals? Binary should only contain 1 or 0!
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    (Original post by Neostigmine)
    Why is there a 2 in the decimals? Binary should only contain 1 or 0!
    I asked the OP that but my reply probably got deleted.Probably its a decimal number

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    (Original post by Neostigmine)
    Why is there a 2 in the decimals? Binary should only contain 1 or 0!
    Probably a copy paste with a subscript 2 to indicate binary, which was copied wrong.
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    (Original post by fat_hampster)
    Probably a copy paste with a subscript 2 to indicate binary, which was copied wrong.
    (Original post by moneus)
    Convertthefollowingbinarynumbers totheirhexadecimalequivalents.a) 1001.11112
    b) 110101.0110012
    c) 10100111.1110112


    Stuck on b & c (the decimal bit)

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    If its that way then
    Make pairs of 4 and group them
    For numbers before decimal it goes from right to left and for for numbers after the decimal its left to right
    After making groups of 4 just write the hexadecimal number to the corresponding binary

    For b the answer is 65.64

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