Electronics - Number Systems and Codes - Discussion

Discussion Forum : Number Systems and Codes - General Questions (Q.No. 1)
1.
Base 10 refers to which number system?
binary coded decimal
decimal
octal
hexadecimal
Answer: Option
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Discussion:
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Pravin Maske said:   7 years ago
10 indicates the decimal.

Mohit said:   8 years ago
Base 2 is binary so 10 is decimal.

Ritzi said:   10 years ago
Base 2 is referred for binary and so 10 for decimal.

Jude said:   10 years ago
Decimal Range 0 to 9(0-9).
Totally 10 Digits.

Base depend on the number of total values Base 10 means ten distinct digits and that's possible only in decimal number system (deci means ten).

Base is the no.of total values. For decimal (0 to 9) total base is 10.

Arun said:   1 decade ago
Which device is used for storage of binary numbers?

Gopi said:   1 decade ago
Base is the no.of total values. For decimal (0 to 9) total base is 10.

Deepak_kumar_nit_trichy said:   1 decade ago
Base 10 means ten distinct digits and thats possible only in decimal number system (deci means ten).

Manikandan said:   1 decade ago
Decimal Range 0 to 9(0-9)
Totally 10 Digits
Base depend on the number of total values

Manikandan said:   1 decade ago
Decimal Range 0 to 9(0-9)
Totally 10 Digits
Base depend on the number of total values

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