







Base 6 to base 4 
20180325 

From Malik: Hi Sir..!
I just want to know the proper example with a brief explanation of conversion of base 6 into base 4.
kindly reply me as soon as possible..
Thank you Answered by Penny Nom. 





Addition and subtraction base 5 
20170129 

From BABAWALE: Simplify 342five +132five223five Answered by Penny Nom. 





4444 base five 
20161111 

From John: If 4444 is a number in Base5, is 624 its value? Answered by Penny Nom. 





Subtraction of two numbers in different bases 
20161007 

From Wica: Hello,
So happy I found this site. I am having problems with bases. My question is :
Please perform the subtraction between two number over different bases :
A. (5874)base 12  (216)base 9
B. (216)base 9  (5874)base 12 Answered by Penny Nom. 





A problem in base x 
20160325 

From Malith: determine the value of base x of (211)x = (152)8
please mentioned the steps
Thank you Answered by Penny Nom. 





Division base 5 
20160201 

From Jenalee: I am having problems with a dividing bases question. I reviewed two that I could find in the database and tried the question as shown but I am still getting the wrong answer.
My question is 32\24043 to the base of 5 for both. Answered by Penny Nom. 





Subtraction in a base larger than ten 
20160131 

From Jenalee: Hello,
So happy I found this site. I am having problems with bases. My question is 97B9  6A3A base 16 for both.
Please help. Answered by Penny Nom. 





Subtraction in base 8 
20151021 

From Adi: Hi!
Can you help me with a nagging problem, I searched a lot over the web and couldn't find it.
I saw this site I gave it a try and I found it to my liking.
I am confused how to subtract bases from other bases:
567 (in base 8)
 456 (in base 8)
______________
?????????
How do you do this? I do know how to carry and subtract with different bases. Can
you please help me?
Thanks,
Adi Answered by Penny Nom. 





Integers in different bases 
20150305 

From Michael: Let k be a positive integer so that 28 (subscript)k = 132 (subscript)5 Answered by Penny Nom. 





211basex=152base8 
20141215 

From Humaira: 211basex=152base8 Answered by Penny Nom. 





Division in base 3 
20140930 

From Nnubia: 1021 in base 3 divided by 2 in base 3 Answered by Penny Nom. 





Base 6 
20140910 

From Amanda: using base 6, what is the next number after 25? 35? 55? and 455?
I need to be able to show the base 6 material. Answered by Penny Nom. 





35 base 6 
20140910 

From Amanda: Sorry I am having trouble understanding base,
35 in base 6 means 3 10's and 5 ones, which is the same ____ in base 10? Answered by Penny Nom. 





211(base x)=152(base 8) 
20140909 

From Vaidehi: Find the base value (i.e. x):
211(base x)=152(base 8) Answered by Penny Nom. 





How can eight eights be 1000? 
20140620 

From Aamir: The digit 8 if we add it 8 time in it the answer should be equal to 1000.it may possible.i.e.,
8+8+8+8+8+8+8+8=1000 Answered by Penny Nom. 





Base 5 
20130930 

From Zakir: Sir I wanna know something about base 5 number system
Why we use it and who use this ? and what is the purpose of it Answered by Robert Dawson. 





How can I teach how to change bases? 
20130220 

From Tammy: How can I teach how to change bases? For example 80 base 10 changed to base 3.
Thank you! Answered by Harley Weston. 





The multiplication table for the different bases 
20130201 

From sylvia: I am having a difficult time trying to figure out how to fill in the multiplication table for the different bases. i don't know how to get the numbers. Answered by Penny Nom. 





Division in base eleven 
20120527 

From Zoe: How do you divide numbers that are in base 11?
For example;
9A7A6A divided by A Answered by Penny Nom. 





Bases larger than ten 
20091214 

From Nick: For numbers in bases larger than ten, what are the digits by mathematicians' conventions?
I assume the first 10 are always 09. I know two computer science conventions (for hexadecimal (AF caseinsensitively) and for base 85 (casesensitivity plus 23 other characters)) and as a school student I learned that base 12 uses either T and E (which confused me when I thought they stood for Eleven and Twelve) or A and B, the latter as capitals only. Clearly, these conventions are in conflict.
I saw your reply in http://mathcentral.uregina.ca/QQ/database/QQ.09.99/magin1.html as accessed a few minutes ago but hope that in the 10 years since then mathematicians have arrived at a convention. Have they?
Thank you.

Nick Answered by Claude Tardif. 





A base 7 number and a base 9 number 
20090709 

From koteawarao: Find a base 7 threedigit number which has its digits reversed when expressed in
base 9.
ans: (281) base 7 and (182) base 9 Answered by Harley Weston. 





Multiplying in different bases 
20090225 

From Susan: 11 base 2 X 22 base 3 + 33 base 4 = _________ base 5 Answered by Robert Dawson. 





In what base is 3x3= 10? 
20090214 

From David: In what base is 3x3= 10, 3x3=11, 3x3 = 12? is there a fast way to see this or do I have to create multiplication tables until I find the right one? Answered by Penny Nom. 





Division in different bases 
20081202 

From MICHELLE: DIVIDE 538 BY 14 IN BASE 2, 3, 4 & 5 Answered by Penny. 





How do you change bases? 
20080617 

From Peter: How do you change bases eg. 121 from base 3 to base 5? Answered by Penny Nom. 





Convert from base 6 to base 12 
20080302 

From Jade: I am trying to convert 13405 base 6 to a base 12 number. I am not allowed to go into a base 10 number. How will can I base 12 without doing anything with base 10? Thank you kindly. Answered by Stephen La Rocque and Penny Nom. 





Multiplying numbers in bases other than 10 
20080108 

From Imaiya: In class we've been learning about numbers with a base other than ten. For example, base 7, base 5,
and base 6. What's really stumping me is how to multiply these numbers, when they aren't a base of 10.
I've had it explained to me once, but don't seem to understand it. Here are the equations, and I've listed the first few numbers for that particular base.
Base 5: 0,1,2,3,4,10,11,12,13,14,20 etc... The Equation: 34 x 42
Base 9: 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,10,11,12,13,14, etc... The Equation: 56 x 78
If you could explain to me how to multiply numbers with any type of base, I'd really appreaciate it. Also
if you could show me how to do one of the questions that I listed, that would really help me =) Thanks so much,
and once again, thank you for your great site! Answered by Stephen La Rocque. 





Representing different bases 
20071205 

From Sudhir: What does a number subscripted to another one denote? (I know that a number superscripted to another denotes the power, but the subscript number is something I have never seen before.) Answered by Stephen La Rocque. 





Converting bases 
20071024 

From Johanna: Is there an easy way to convert from base to base. For example, base 5 to base 9 or base 2 to base 4 etc Answered by Stephen La Rocque and Penny Nom. 





In what base does 25+25=51? 
20070403 

From Jenna: In what base does 25+25=51? Answered by Stephen La Rocque and Penny Nom. 





A 3digit number in base 7 has its digits reversed when expressed in base 9. 
20070128 

From Ashley: A 3digit number in base 7 has its digits reversed when expressed in base 9. Find this number. Answered by Penny Nom. 





Arithmetic in bases other than 10 
20031022 

From Kim: how do you add, subtract, multiply and devide in base 3, base 5, etc? Answered by Penny Nom. 





Numbers in base 5 
20030216 

From Lori: I'm trying to help my 6th grader with converting numbers like 82 to base 5 and 182 to base 12. We saw your examples on 613, but still are confused. Answered by Penny Nom. 





A rectangular prism 
20030109 

From Julie: How many faces on a rectangular prism and how many bases? Can the base also be a face and can a face also be a base? Answered by Diane Hanson. 





Base 5 numbers 
20020913 

From Vera: ? how do you change a base 10 number to base 5 Answered by Penny Nom. 





Arithmetic in base 5 
20000920 

From Lesley Emerson: my daughter is 9 and has been aske to solve the following in base 5 3+2 4+10 . . . Answered by Penny Nom. 





Bases other than 10 
19991206 

From Garret Magin: We are doing a lesson on numbers of other bases than 10. We are working with binary, octal, and Hexadecimal. I was wondering what is used to represent number of different bases other then 16? Does it just continue on with the alphabet and if so what happens when you get to Z. It would be a help if you could answer this because it is really bugging me. And none of the math teachers at my school could let me know. Answered by Claude Tardif and Patrick Maidorn. 





des conversions de bases différentes 
20030104 

From Christian: Je cherche désespérément la (les) règle(s) pour réussir des conversions de bases différentes : de base x vers base y. Answered by Claude Tardif. 

