Decimal to octal conversion is the process of converting a decimal number to its equivalent octal (base 8) representation. This involves dividing the decimal number by 8 repeatedly and recording the remainders until the quotient becomes 0. The octal representation is then obtained by reading the remainders in reverse order. For example, to convert the decimal number 63 to octal: Division by 8: 63 / 8 = 7 remainder 7, 7 / 8 = 0 remainder 7. Reading the remainders in reverse order: 77. So, the octal representation of 63 is 77. View Solution Guide

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