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convert base ten number to a number in identical base

59 to base 4

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asked by Renee
  1. What do you mean by "a number in identical base?"
    Identical to what?

    59 (base 10) = 3*4^2 + 2*4^1 +3*4^0

    To base 4, it would be written as 323

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    posted by drwls
  2. I'm not sure that is how the problem was given to us

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    posted by Renee

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