A Hexadecimal Number is based on the number 16

As well as the familiar digits 0 to 9, there are also the letters

Example Hexadecimal Number:

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Also called Base 16.

See how to count in Hexadecimal (click on Hexadecimal below):

As well as the familiar digits 0 to 9, there are also the letters

**A, B, C, D, E**and**F**in place of the decimal numbers 10 to 15.Example Hexadecimal Number:

**82E6B**More Examples:

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**9**in Hexadecimal equals 9 in the Decimal Number System.•

**B**in Hexadecimal equals 11 in the Decimal Number System.•

**1E**in Hexadecimal equals 30 in the Decimal Number System.Also called Base 16.

See how to count in Hexadecimal (click on Hexadecimal below):

See: Decimal

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