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For each part of this problem, convert the fraction to a "decimal" in the specified base.

(a) Convert the fraction 1/2 to base 3

(b) Convert the fraction 1/7 to base 8

(c) Convert the fraction  to base b

 

If you could also explain how you solved and show your work, it would really help me understand! Thanks so much :)

 May 12, 2020
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Please help me!!!

 

And can you help with this problem: Find all integers n such that 1 + n + n^2 is prime.

 May 12, 2020
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What is the limit on n? Because n may go to infinity !!

Guest May 12, 2020
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Stop trying to cheat on your homework.

 May 12, 2020
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These questions are all of the same type.  If you are trying to learn then you only need to ask one of them.

Asking three at once cuts down on your chance of getting ANY answer.

 

Here is a video on the topic.  I have not watched but I expect it is quite explanatory.

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AD0T6P0AWqc

 May 12, 2020

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