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Hi TG, i had not gone through this lesson of yours.It is worth reading.The last two rules are very useful. Thanks, Mitesh 
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Kudos!...For a useful article....The last two rules are really gud! 
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Thanks for the prompt explanation. earlier i was scared by dese horrendous base probs. 
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Thanks for the prompt explanation. earlier i was scared by dese horrendous base probs. 
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the article was great ...can u explain multiplication in bases more clearly 
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Hi Shiwa, Have corrected the mistake. Check now. Total Gadha 
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Hi TG, 
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hey Tg, Good fundas...Also good way of calculating in diff bases. Keep up the good work

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Hello sir, Base system has always given me a tough time......this article proved to be of immense help....thnx a lot 
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Sir, Can u plz elaborate on the application part of the two rules..... 
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hi tg; could u plz xplain da subtraction bit more clearly!?! 
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Hi Kamal, 43 and 67 are also in base 8. 43 in base 8 = 35 in base 10. 67 in base 8 = 55 in base 10. 35 Ã— 55 = 1925 Total Gadha 
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thanks TG for clearing the obstacle on the path to success. 
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Hi TG, Could u plz solve the following problem: How many 4 digit positive integral numbers are there in base 7 if you are counting the numbers in the same base system. Thanks, Rabia 
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Hi TG The ans to the problem is 6000 in base 7. 5666 in base 7 when added to 1 in base 7 will give 6000 in base 7. Thanks for the prompt reply. Rabia 
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Ahh..you need the answer in base 7. I misread the question. 
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hi TG uncle Exa. 40 would be written as 9 = 7 Ã— 1 + 2. The Quotient is 1 and written is 2. its Remainder i love (typin) mistakes becomputer06@gmail.com 
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Hi Tg what if we add (6789) base 8 + (2354) base 8  
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Oh thanks Ranvijay..... u cleared my concept 
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hi ashish thank you it was a very clear solution and the answer is right thank u.. 
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Hi TG/Rabia, Can anyone explain how u got 6000 as the answer? 5666 in base 7 gives 22343. So 5667 would be 22344. Thanks, Vinod 
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Ok.. Thanks TG. Got it now. That was what I was thinking that how can u be wrong. Regards Ishan 
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Hi TG, TG, if you have time can you please post one lesson on Cubes too. I dont find it that easy while solving questions as I dont know the approach to solve it. Regards Ishan 
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zero could'nt come in unit place am i right???????? ............do or die for CAT08 SKGARG 
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Hello TG and Ashish.... this is 9 moths old prob ...but i read it today...and didn't get the solution...can you please help me out...... 
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Pls..Someone clarify my doubt... 
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Hi Atom, You cant get. Work with small powers and check. Total Gadha 
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Hi all, Can somebody explain me how TG arrived at rule2 in the above lesson. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
regards, Vijay. 
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Thanks TG. I got it. I will do permutations and combinations to understand my first doubt.If I still do not get that i ll ask you. 
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12^n1 = 4^109 n1=109 (log4)12 12^n2=3^109 n2=109 (log3)12 no of digits n1+n2= 109 (log12)12=109 individually how to determine the digits??is it 107 
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I think we will have to add 2 to it....Ans should be 109 + 2 = 111 
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the problem requires one to write the digit side by side and need not multiply it as u have done........so think for some other solution......... by rsn 
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the problem requires one to write the digit side by side and need not multiply it as u have done........so think for some other solution......... by rsn 
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heres a prob if binary nos from 100 to 1000000 are written find the no of 1s in it 
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Hi Neelesh, The answer is 124. In a ndigit number the first number is always 1.Each digitplace can be filled in 2 ways... so the no:of ways for a ngit no = 2^{n1} ways... 
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hey thnx got it now 
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] okee not to much effectivvvvveeee

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hi TG, thanks a lot. before this i did not know how to add in bases. thankyou. cheers aashish biala 
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Q:The product of two numbers ‘231’ and ‘ABA’ is ‘BA4AA’ in a certain base system (where base is less than 10), where A and B are distinct digits. What is the base of that system? 
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Hey shashi can u plz tel me what about 4 and 9 coz we r getting sum as 0,1,2,5,7,8 ..here 3,6,4,9 are missing??
