Binary to hexadecimal conversion, Electrical Engineering

Binary  to Hexadecimal  Conversion

To convert a binary  number  into  hexadecimal  divide the number into group  of four  bits  each starting from the least significant bit. Then  put  equivalent hexadecimal digital for each group .

Binary  to Hexadecimal  Conversion of Example

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Example :  Convert 101111100110110012 to hexadecimal.

 Solution : Divide  it in  groups of four  bits each

(0001)1        (0111)7                (1100)c                 (1101)D                (1001)9

Express each  group in octal

 Therefore  10111110110110012. = 17CD916.

 

 

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