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Help with bases other than 10

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Need a good math lesson for multiplying and dividing bases other than 10.  Let me know if you can help.

Oct 16th, 2017

I can help. Quick summary: multiply each digit by a power of the base, according to its position from the right. So the rightmost digit is base^0, or 1, the second digit from right is base^1. Example, 42 in base 13: 2*1, then 4*13. This is equal to 54 in base 10.

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