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 Multiplying numbers in bases other than 10 2008-01-08 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. Bases other than 10 1999-12-06 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.

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