Binary to hexadecimal conversion is the process of converting a binary number to its equivalent hexadecimal (base 16) representation. This involves grouping the bits of the binary number in groups of 4, starting from the least significant bit, and then representing each group as a hexadecimal digit. For example, to convert the binary number 11011011 to hexadecimal: Grouping in groups of 4: 1101 1011, Hexadecimal representation: D B. So, the hexadecimal equivalent of 11011011 is DB. View Solution Guide

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