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ant101 Oct 9, 2016

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It's very very very good for people who are stuck or want to answer....I use the calculator for my math also!

ant101 Oct 9, 2016

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Yeah here is a question I got....very good try to solve it

What are the first 10 digits after the decimal point (technically the hexadecimal point...) when the fraction 1/7 is written in base 16?

(Express your answer as a ten digit number. You do not need to include the subscript to indicate the base.)

ant101 Oct 9, 2016

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:) I think I know the answer.

Convert 1/7 into a hexadecimal number and give the first 10 digits:

1st Multiplication Iteration: 1/7 x 16 = 16/7 , Fractional Part = 2/7, Carry = 2

2nd M. I. : 2/7 x 16 = 32/7 , Fractional Part = 4/7, Carry = 4

3rd M. I. : 4/7 x 16 = 64/7, Fractional Part = 1/7, Carry = 9

4th M.I. : 1/7 x 16 = 16/7 <----- You see it is repeating....... The hexadecimal fraction have the same nature as the decimal fraction.......

1/7 in hexadecimal system = 0.2492492492.........

First 10 digits.

MaxWong
Oct 9, 2016