Convert integer into numerical equivalents, Computer Engineering

Convert the following integers into their numerical equivalents in the indicated bases. Be sure to use the correct number of significant figures for each case and show how the correct number of significant figures was obtained. Show all your work.

(a) 14710                                                                 (c) 3CB1F.12A16

(i) X2                                                                        (i) X2

(ii) X16                                                                     (ii) X10

(iii) X5                                                                      (iii) X5

(iv) X4                                                                      (iv) X3

(b) 1110011102                                                    (d) 31.7168

(i) X10                                                                     (i) X10

(ii) X16                                                                    (ii) X5

(iii) X5                                                                    (iii) X3

(iv) X3                                                                    (iv) X16

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