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Our own number system0-9 is based on the system?
Answer #2: The base of the binary number system is 2 . ===== Answer #1: 1's and 0's my friend. Binary = bi = 2 numbers 1 … 0 1 = +5v charge on a hard drive 0 = 0 charge So your hard drive is primarily broken down into positive 5 volt charges and spaces with no charge or a slight negative charge, which the computer reads as ones and zeros. these 1's and 0's are then turned in to a hexidecimal system which is then turned into Ascii test, which is the readable text you see here: Ascii text = H E L L O Hex = 656C6C6F Binary = 01101000 01100101 01101100 01101100 01101111 Binary numbers as the name suggest uses only two digits which are 0 and 1. combination of 0's and 1's are used for representing other numbers. this system is used to communicate with machine so machine understandable language is known as machine language. Similarly in Octal number system 8(octal) digits starting from 0 thru 7 like wise decimal(=10) system 0 thru 9 hexadecimal(=16) 0 thru 9 and A thru F to constitute 16 digits.
The metric system is based on the number 10 and its powers.
In the decimal system, each place-value position is worth 10 times the position to the right. A base-20 numbering system works the same, but with a factor of 20. Note that thi…s would require 20 different digits or other symbols.
Our numbers (1,2,3 etc) are based on the decimal system, or the base 10 system. However many other number systems are in common use. Computers use a binary (base 2),… octal (base 8) or hexidecimal (base 16). The faces of clocks, the months of the year, degrees in circle and dozens are all based on an old base 12 system of notation. Fortunately the Mayan system, a vigesimal (base 20 system, has mostly died out. The only exception seems to be the interest in 2012 due to the completion of a baktun (properly b'ak'tun) of 20 katun cycles of the ancient Maya Long Count Calendar used in a recent movie.
water. its all based on water. 1m^3 of water is one liter. 1cm^3 is 0.01liter. 1mm^3 is 0.001liter. thats how length is used in relation to volume in the metric system. the nu…mber that its all based on is 10. we have ten fingers, ten toes. our whole number system is based around ten. the metric system works in tens. imperial is messed up with divisions of 16. think about it... one tonne metric is 1000kilograms... what is it imperial? 2000 something pounds. like that makes sense. or inches into a yard, or yards in a mile. its 100centimeters in a meter. 1000 meters in a kilometer. too easy. Further answer The questioner asks what NUMBER the metric system is based on. Water is not a number. However,. it's one of the things that can be measured by the metric system. And the other things are everything. The number the system is based on is ten. However, the argument about whether it's better than the imperial system continues. Those who haven't used imperial don't see its advantages.
The number system that uses a base of 10 and the valid numbers are 0 to 9 is the decimal system.
The base of the Chinese number system is ten.
The Metric system?
The decimal system utilizes base 10. Decem is the Latin word for 10.
That system is called the Arabic System. It was invented by the Hindus, adopted by the Persians, and passed to the Arabs.
10. SI units are based on the decimal system. For many purposes they can be seen as based on a system of 1000.
The 0 through 9 systems are synthesis and borrowing of two numerical systems. The Hindu-Arabic system allowed for the placing of zero to signify an empty number.
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It is called Hexadecimal, and consists of the numbers 0-9 followed by the letters A-F. A=10 B=11 C=12 D=13 E=14 and F=15 Data is stored on computer in Binary Digits (BITS)… which count up in 0 and 1 and can be grouped into 4 bits (BYTE) so the full hexadecimal table is as follows:- Hex Binary 0 0000 1 0001 2 0010 3 0011 4 0100 5 0101 6 0110 7 0111 8 1000 9 1001 A 1010 B 1011 C 1100 D 1101 E 1110 F 1111
Our number system is based on base 10. This means that every extra digit indicates another power of 10, for example, 100 is 10 (10^1) times greater than 10, and 100 (10^2) tim…es greater than 1, and for the sake of the argument, 10^3 (1000) times greater than 0.1