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Hexadecimal explained | Higher than base-10 positional numeral systems

May 16, 2018 by


A digit is a single symbol that represents a number. In positional numeral systems, the base tells us how many distinct digits we have to express numbers using numerals. Base-2 has two digits. Base-3 has 3 digits, and this pattern holds all the way up to base-10 and beyond. What happens though when we go higher than base-10? Let's check it out! Don't forget about the notebook where you can try out some numbers! Give it a try here: Prerequisites videos: Numerical data explained - Numeral vs Number - Binary vs Decimal - 💥🦎 DEEPLIZARD COMMUNITY RESOURCES 🦎💥 👉 Check out the blog post and other resources for this video: 🔗 💻 DOWNLOAD ACCESS TO CODE FILES 🤖 Available for members of the deeplizard hivemind: 🔗 🧠 Support collective intelligence, join the deeplizard hivemind: 🔗 🤜 Support collective intelligence, create a quiz question for this video: 🔗 🚀 Boost collective intelligence by sharing this video on social media! ❤️🦎 Special thanks to the following polymaths of the deeplizard hivemind: Peder B. Helland 👀 Follow deeplizard: Twitter: Facebook: Patreon: YouTube: Instagram: 🎓 Other deeplizard courses: Reinforcement Learning - NN Programming - DL Fundamentals - Keras - TensorFlow.js - Data Science - Trading - 🛒 Check out products deeplizard recommends on Amazon: 🔗 📕 Get a FREE 30-day Audible trial and 2 FREE audio books using deeplizard’s link: 🔗 🎵 deeplizard uses music by Kevin MacLeod 🔗 🔗 ❤️ Please use the knowledge gained from deeplizard content for good, not evil.