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Convert the numeral to a numeral in the base indicated. 16,629 to base 13

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  1. hartnn Group Title
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    u know a method to corvert a decimal number to other base number?

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  2. vikrantg4 Group Title
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    oops.. sorry.. keep dividing the number by 13 and note down remainders.. and taking remainders from down to up.. right hexadecimal equivalents of them :P

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    16629 / 13 = 1279 1279 * 13 = 16627 16629 - 16627 = 2 16629 in base 13 is 7752 ?

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    damn i am sorry !! :(

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    ? :D wait I'm not right :(

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    @vikrantg4 whats hexadecimal equivalent ?? u copied that from somewhere ?

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    your first step is correct @Esmy , u get the remainder=2

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    2nd step also correct, u get remainder = 5

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    3rd step correct, remainder = 7

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    I'm I correct over all :'D

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    yup.

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    YAYAYAY :'D thanks ^-^

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    welcome ^_^

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    another method would be to write down the exponential values of a base 13 system, and work it from there 13^4 13^3 13^2 13^1 13^0 28561 2197 169 13 1

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    Ohh :o okay that seems cool. Ill try that one in my next one :)

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    :) just to refresh my memory .... 16,629 is divisible by 13^3: 7 times , 1250 left over 1250 is divisible 13^2: 7 times , 67 left over 67 is divisible 13^1: 5 times , 2 left over \[16,629_{10}=7752_{13} \]

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