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### What are the definitions and features of numeral system ?

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Definition: different numeral system have a different base
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For example, the base of denary system is 10 and it consists of ten numerals: 0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9.
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Another example, the base of hexadecimal system is 16 and it consists of only sixteen numerals:
0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, A, B, C, D, E, F
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Third example, the base of binary system is 2 and it consists of only two numerals: 0 and 1
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The most common one is Denary system, and it is the most easy one in my opinion. Since it is exactly the same as the numbers shown. For example, 7185 in Denary system = 7(10^3) + 1(10^2) + 8(10) + 4(1) = 7185
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Feature: the highest number in the string of numbers will be -1 of the specific numeral system
Eg: 101101010 (Binary). Highest no.is 1, which is one less then 2, the base number.
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The first digit is n^0.
Second digit is n^1
Third digit is n^2
And so on where n is the base number
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For example: 101 (Binary) = 1 x 2^0 + 0 x 2^1 + 1 x 2^2
=5 (Denary)
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Numeral system is characterized by its base. It have a base or a set of symbols that allow to represent the different numeral quantities
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Examples: Dinary, Binary, Hexadecimal
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Feature: In numeral system, the value of each digit depends on its position. It is called the place value. For example, each place value of each digit in a denary number is 10 times that of the next digit to its right.
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