What is 1000 as hexadecimal? Please explain. (I'm using this problem to help me understand number conversion) I know its 3E8 (Web search)

And because of that I also know that i do 1000/16 = 62 r8 so then what?

Based off what I know, 8 would be in the one's place, then I divide by 16 again and get the remainder = 3r14 and ....9ABCDE 3E8. Is this the correct approach to this problem?

if possible, could you also answer:

1000 in binary

BWStar Jul 11, 2020

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Hexadecimal is just base_{16}

find the biggest exponent of 16 that goes into 1000

16^{2 }= 256 goes in there 3 times with 232 left over first number is 3 x x

now what exponent of 16 goes into 232 16 goes in there 14 with 8 left over

hexadecimal numbers are 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 A B C D E F 14 corresponds to E

so the second number is 'E' 3Ex

the leftover '8' goes in the last slot ....it represents 16^{0 }x 8 with no leftover

so our hex equivalent of 1000 becomes 3 E 8

ElectricPavlov Jul 11, 2020