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# Change the Octal Forms into Decimal Forms

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Change the following octal forms into decimal forms:
(1) 236.2 (2) 426.05 (3) 324.11 (4) 235.25

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(1) 236.2 (2) 426.05 (3) 324.11 (4) 235.25.

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Written by :- Thokchom Sarojkumar Sinha

Change the following octal forms into decimal form:
(1) 236.2 (2) 426.05 (3) 324.11 (4) 235.25

Solution :- (1) (236.2)8 = 2×82 + 3×81 + 6×80 + 2×8-1
= 2×64 + 3×8 + 6×1 + 2× (0.125)
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