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ajprincess Group Title

Please help.:) Can someone plz explain me how to convert 29.8 into binary?

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  1. surdawi Group Title
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    yay finanlly electrical stuff lol

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    i know right!

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  3. ajprincess Group Title
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    but this is in maths too right?

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  4. surdawi Group Title
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    |dw:1351789851751:dw| can you finish it was 1st course in electrical engineering

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  5. ajprincess Group Title
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    i am ok with that part. i am stuck with the part after the decimal point.

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  6. surdawi Group Title
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    for that you multiply by 2

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    Can u plz check if I am right?

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    sure

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    |dw:1351790374511:dw| Am I right?

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    |dw:1351790444371:dw|

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    oh k. i will do another one and show my work can u plz check it?

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    |dw:1351790648696:dw|

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    29.8 29(10)=(11101)2 now .8 comes for this we will multiply 2 with .8 =1.6 left 1 is carry and .6 is again multiplied with too result is 1.2 now 1 left sided 1 is taken as carry now we take .2 and multiply it with 2 and now result is 0.4 we take left 0 as carry.... the carries are 1100 upto 4 digits. hence we will write frist 11101 than .8`s carry in 1st come order we get (11101.1100)2=(29.8)10 =29.8

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    I understand it nw. thanx a lot both of u for takng ur time to help me:)

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    take its easy

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    How do we convert this to octal? @khurramshahzad?

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