Math for liberal arts

I have tried to get the answers, but I cannot.

G. 11112 + 10102 =

H. 1012 x 100012 =

I. 7516 /2716 =

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  1. surely you

    a) have a calculator
    b) can use a computer. Just type the expressions into google
    c) learned arithmetic in the 3rd grade?

    If none of these is true, come on back and splain what the problem is.

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  2. Hi Steve,

    Yes, I have a calculator and of course a computer, 3 of them in fact. These are dealing with hexadecimals, and binary numbers, and I am not familiar with either of them. If it were that simple, believe me I would not ask for help.

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  3. Ahh.. I see from your other post that these must be read as base 2 and base 16 values.

    1111 - 1010
    This is fairly easy, since you don't have to borrow

    1111-1010 = 0101 = 101

    101 x 10001
    = 101
    + 1010000
    = 1010101

    a handy calculator that works in multiple bases can be found at

    http://ostermiller.org/calc/calculator.html

    binary values are entered with a leading 0b, as in 0b101

    75/27 in base 16 is 3
    enter hex values with leading 0x

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  4. sorry I subtracted
    1111+1010 = 11001

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  5. They were separate questions. It appears that you combined two of them.

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