# Describe a procedure for converting decimal (base 10) ## Problem 4RQ Chapter 4.R

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Problem 4RQ

Describe a procedure for converting decimal (base 10) expansions of integers into hexadecimal expansions.

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Solution:Step 1In this problem we need write a method for converting decimal expansions of integers into hexadecimal expansions.Step 2To convert a decimal expansion of an integer n into hexadecimal expansion we do as follows :1. Divide the integer n by the base of the hexadecimal expansion i.e 16, we get where . This remainder will last digit in the hexadecimal...

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