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Binary number system and numerals based three and twelve

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? Prologue, p. P16, problem 58
? Section 4.1, p.150, problems 52 and 54
? Section 4.3, p. 160, problems 36, 42, and 48
? Section 4.4,p. 164, problems 14, 22, and 42

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Problem 52

? According to the National Institute of Standards and Technology, the preferred representation of 1,999 is MCMXCIX. Which of the following does not also represent 1,999?
? MCMXCXI
? MCMXCVIIII
? MDCCCCLXXXXVIIII
? MIM

Problem 54

What year in the millennium from 1001 to 2000 is with the most Roman numerals?

Problem 36

Using base systems
? Change 52 to base three
? Change 4,731 to base twelve

*Use number bases to answer the following questions

Problem 42
Change $4.59 to quarters, nickels, and pennies.

Problem 48
Change 54 months to years and months.

*The Binary Numeration System

Problem 14
*Write the number given in the problem as a decimal numeral
11111two

Problem 22

*Write the number given as a binary numeral.
46

Problem 42

*Perform the indicated operation

1101two
+1100two
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Problem 58

The Egyptians had an interesting, pictorial numeration system. Write down the age 36 using Egyptian numerals. Also write the date August 26, 2007 using Egyptian numerals.

Problem 52

? According to the National Institute of Standards and Technology, the preferred representation of 1,999 is ...

Solution Summary

This solution set contains the answers to a variety of questions involving roman numerals, binary number system, numbers base 3, numbers base 12 and addition of binary numbers.

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