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Math Exam #2

Math Exam

quantity; answers "how many?" number
symbol used to represent a number numeral
consists of a set of numerals and a rule for combining the numerals to represent numbers system of numeration
our present-day numerals Hindu-Arabic numerals
number to be represented when multiplying base
number above and to the right of the base number to tell you the number of times the base is to be used when multiplying exponent/power
requires two things (1) must have a base, (2) must have a set of symbols--a symbol for 0 and one for each counting number less than the base true positional value system
early positional system using base 60; it lacked a symbol for 0; it had a thin wedge and a wide wedge to represent numbers Babylonian system
our present day decimal system which uses base 10 Hindu-Arabic system
0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 for the decimal system digits
using exponents to write Hindu-Arabic numerals expanded form
computers us the base ___ 2
Base 2 binary system
Base 8 octal system
base 12 duodecimal system
base 16 hexadecimal system
base 20 "score"
base 60 used in measurement of time and angles (EX. 60 seconds=1 minute; 60 minutes=1 hour; 60 seconds=1 degree
single numeral such as 0 or 1 bit
group of 8 or 16 bits; it may represent a word or symbol byte
American Standard Code for Information Interchange; used by most computers ASCII code
N={1, 2, 3,...} natural or counting numbers
divide another number without leaving a remainder factors (divisors)
divisible by only its self and one prime number
divisible by a natural number other than itself and one composite number
Created by: dmorri06