CS 101 (Spring 1999)
Quiz 8: Numbers in different Bases

Quiz Posted
(Wednesdays)
Given in class
(Wednesdays)
24 Mar 31 Mar

Information about quizzes:

The questions are intended to be straightforward. If you keep up with the material in the class, almost no preparation may be necessary. The Collaboration Policy allows you to study in groups for the quizzes, but you are on your own when you take the quiz.

You will fare better on the quiz if you try working the problems before looking at the solutions. If you don't understand the question or its answer, please get help.

Complete the following table. Do all the calculations by hand. If there is a quiz or exam question on this, you will not be able to use a calculator, so be sure you know how to do the conversions yourself. Be sure to double-check your calculations before you look at the solutions. The first one has been done for you. The last one is a little tricky.

The number...in base...equals the number...in base...
1012510
11102 10
29010 2
25510 2
255 10 4
2103 8
637 2
100000002 10
12810242

[ solution ]


Last modified 21:30:09 CST 21 March 1999 by Ron K. Cytron