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Numbers can be specified in a variety of formats, the Number Format calculator below converts numbers entered into the different formats. You can enter a number as a whole number of decimal. This will display the number rounded to the specified number of decimal places, as an integer, a fraction, as a binary number, octal number and hexadecimal number. Alternatively you can enter the number as a fraction to have the same calculations completed as well as converting the fraction to a decimal number.

Fractions | |
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Base-2, Base-8 and Base-16 (based on integer defined above, decimal values are discarded in this conversion) | |

Calculator Input Values |
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Standard base-10 number unrounded = |

Number will be rounded to the number of decimal places selected = |

Number will be rounded to the significant figure selected = |

An Integer is a e number = |

A fraction consists of a numerator(top) and denominator(bottom) numbers, both are integers.(numbers can be prefixed with a e number) = / |

base-2 number system using 0 and 1 only = |

base-8 number system using 0 up to 7 = |

base-16 number system using 0 up to 9, and the letters A to F to represent 10 to 15 = |

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