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# hex to decimal

Posted on 2012-09-15
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I am trying to figure out how 2001 (in hex) = 8196 (in decimal)
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2*16^3  +  0*16^2  +  0*16  +  1  =  8193
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2001 in HEX has to be odd.
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8193 is never 2001(in hex). 8196 is.
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Not for points - this is just d-glitch's (correct) formula

(2x4096)+(0*256)+(0*16)+(1*1) = 8193

8192+0+0+1 = 8193

http://easycalculation.com/hex-converter.php
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