Definition of

Hexadecimal Number

Hexadecimal Number
A Hexadecimal Number is based on the number 16

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:
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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