Problems 1-2

IN YOUR OWN WORDS problems remind you of what you did in the previous section.
Problems 3-6

Light “on” represents a “1” and light “off” represents a “0.” See Figure 4.3.
Problems 7-18

See Examples 1 and 2. Write each given number in exponential notation.
Problems 19-30

See Example 3. Use repeated division and keep track of the remainders.
Problems 31-34

See Table 4.9. The letter “D” follows the capital C (which has ASCII code 67), so “D” is 68. Repeat for each letter.
Problems 35-38

See Table 4.9. The number “70” is “F,” so “71” is “G,” and “72” is “H.”
Problems 39-45

Read the directions to these problems carefully, and then use the addition and multiplication tables to work out an answer, as shown in Example 3.
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IN YOUR OWN WORDS problems remind you of what you did in the previous section.

Light “on” represents a “1” and light “off” represents a “0.” See Figure 4.3.

See Examples 1 and 2. Write each given number in exponential notation.

See Example 3. Use repeated division and keep track of the remainders.

See Table 4.9. The letter “D” follows the capital C (which has ASCII code 67), so “D” is 68. Repeat for each letter.

See Table 4.9. The number “70” is “F,” so “71” is “G,” and “72” is “H.”

Read the directions to these problems carefully, and then use the addition and multiplication tables to work out an answer, as shown in Example 3.