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convert (1777) base 8 to hexadecimal

OpenStudy (anonymous):

1777 base 8 = 3FF base 16 (or hexadecimal)

OpenStudy (anonymous):

The easiest way to do this is by converting the octal number to binary: 1 - 001(base 2) 7 - 111(base 2) so we have 177(base 8) = 1 111 111 111 (base 2) then You convert this binary number to hexadecimal by grouping the binary numbers into groups of four (from right to left) and adding zeros where necessary and You'll get: 0011 1111 1111 (base 2) = 3FF (base 16)

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