Decimal to hexadecimal conversion is the process of converting a decimal number to its equivalent hexadecimal (base 16) representation. This involves dividing the decimal number by 16 repeatedly and recording the remainders until the quotient becomes 0. The hexadecimal representation is then obtained by replacing the remainders with their corresponding hexadecimal digits (0-9, A-F) in reverse order. For example, to convert the decimal number 255 to hexadecimal: Division by 16: 255 / 16 = 15 remainder 15 (F), 15 / 16 = 0 remainder 15 (F). Reading the remainders in reverse order: FF. So, the hexadecimal representation of 255 is FF. View Solution Guide

Ready to elevate your learning? ðŸš€ Log in or sign up for a FREE account to access more exercises. Please note, results for unauthenticated users will be retained for 24 hours only.

**© 2023 AI MATH COACH**