Using the completed table,(Table is further down)

- Pulsified333

Using the completed table,(Table is further down)

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- jdoe0001

and fork and utensils, we eat dinner?

- chosenmatt

lol

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- dan815

hey okay

- dan815

are you still here

- Pulsified333

@dan815 yes I am

- dan815

okay so base 8 and base 10

- Pulsified333

of? the numbers?

- dan815

lets take an example in both bases okay
first of all in base 10, the largest digit is 9
in base 8 the largest digit is 7

- Pulsified333

okay

- dan815

\[999_{10}=900+90+9= 9*10^2+9*10^1+9*10^0\]
\[777_8=700+70+7=7*8^2+7*8^1+7*8^0\]
notice the double 0s in 700 is different meaning in base 8 as ud expect

- dan815

what you are given in that table is a multiplication table in base 8

- Pulsified333

okay. I am following slightly.

- dan815

http://prntscr.com/8cdc2t

- dan815

i tried to fit in as much detail as possible

- dan815

what they are looking for u to do is.. the multiplication methods u normally use but now in base 8 and using that table

- dan815

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- Pulsified333

what does base 8 mean? are you taking the log of something?

- dan815

normally the numbers u are using are in Decimal system, otehrwise known as Base 10

- Pulsified333

oh

- dan815

now we are switching to base 8, which only has digits 0,1234567

- Pulsified333

that makes sense now, but how do you find the product of the two numbers its asking for?

- dan815

http://prntscr.com/8cddhn

- dan815

are you sure you understand this post

- dan815

i think you should try an easier example just do
\[5_8*7_8\] in base 8

- Pulsified333

I am trying to understand how to do it, but I don't know

- Pulsified333

i'm just confused on how you are simplifying it down and multiplying them to make a product

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