Number Systems: Master of numbers conversion in 2020
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Number Systems: Master of numbers conversion in 2020

Convert Decimal, Binary, Octal, and Hexadecimal numbers and make arithmetic operations. CISCO Exam IP Addressing
4.3 (38 ratings)
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Created by Luis Carlos
Last updated 6/2017
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This course includes
  • 1.5 hours on-demand video
  • 8 downloadable resources
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • Identify different number systems and the areas where they are apllied
  • Understand the concept of place values in a number
  • Convert different types of number systems using integer and fractional numbers
  • Distinguish between positive and negative numbers
  • Make arithmetic operations using different number systems
  • Use of Engineering functions in Excel to convert numbers with different bases
  • Use of Excel logical function to avoid error #NUM!
Requirements
  • There are no pre requirements, only motivation and willingness to learn
Description

LAST UPDATE: June 2017

This is an introductory course on digital systems and computer science area. There are no pre-requisities for this course. If you are looking to get acquainted with the concept of number systems that are use for computer language, this is the right course for you. Just need a computer and i will explain step by step, from the simple concept even the most complex operations. After each module you have a quiz to test your knowledge acquired.

At the end of this course, you should be comfortable making conversion between different system numbers (integer and fractional), making addition and subtraction with different bases and use engineering functions in Excel to convert numbers to different bases. Increase your knowledge to the next level.

This course is intended for students who want to obtain CISCO certifications that involve binary and hexadecimal numbering concepts, and other courses that involve numbers using different bases.


What are the requirements?

  • Pleasure to learn and motivation
  • Pen or pencil to make the Quiz exercises and take notes
  • Leave the rest with me

What am I going to get from this course?

  • 28 lectures and 1.5 hours of content and 48 quizzes to test your skills!

What is the target audience?

Students in the area of computer science with little or no notions of number systems. This course is also suitable for students/people with more advanced skills who want to deepen their knowledge.

Who this course is for:
  • This course is intended for beginners with little or no notion of number systems well as university students of computer science, eletronic and engeneering courses who have digital systems and number systems classes. The course has advanced modules for students who have some background and want to increase their knowledge in this area
Course content
Expand all 28 lectures 01:44:12
+ Introduction
3 lectures 09:44
  • Introduction to course
  • Course structure
Preview 02:34
  • Introduction to the number systems
  • Areas of use
Preview 03:35
  • The four main numbers systems
  • Representation of the different number systems
Preview 03:35
+ Number system conversion
13 lectures 32:13
  • Properties of the decimal system and different place values for each digit, for integer and fraccional part. 
  • Decompose a decimal number
Decimal System
02:08
  • Conversion from decimal to binary using division method
Decimal to binary conversion
03:12
  • Conversion from decimal to octal number using 2 different methods
Decimal to octal conversion
04:30
  • Conversion from decimal to hexadecimal number using 2 different methods
Decimal to hexadecimal conversion
03:35

Convert decimal numbers to the base required

Conversion of decimal numbers
6 questions
  • Conversion from binary to decimal number (positive numbers)
Preview 03:08
  • Conversion from binary to octal number (positive numbers)
Binary to octal conversion
01:33
  • Conversion from binary to hexadecimal number (positive numbers)
Binary to hexadecimal conversion
01:53

Convert binary numbers to the base required

Conversion of binary numbers
6 questions
  • Conversion from octal to decimal number
Octal to decimal conversion
02:01
  • Conversion from octal to binary number
Octal to binary conversion
01:38
  • Conversion from octal to hexadecimal number
Octal to hexadecimal conversion
02:04

Convert octal numbers to the base required

Conversion of octal numbers
6 questions
  • Conversion from hexadecimal to decimal number
Hexadecimal to decimal conversion
02:09
  • Conversion from hexadecimal to binary number
Hexadecimal to binary conversion
01:53
  • Conversion from hexadecimal to octal number
Hexadecimal to octal conversion
02:29

Convert Hexadecimal numbers to the base required

Conversion of hexadecimal numbers
7 questions
+ Advanced conversion with fraccional part
4 lectures 25:18
  • Conversion from decimal to binary using numbers with integer and fractional part
Decimal to binary conversion
07:47
  • Conversion from binary to decimal using numbers with integer and fractional part
Binary to decimal conversion
05:00
  • Conversion from decimal to octal,hexadecimal and other bases using numbers with integer and fractional part
Decimal to other bases conversion
05:28
  • Conversion from binary to octal,hexadecimal and other bases using numbers with integer and fractional part
Binary to other bases conversion
07:03

Convert numbers with fraccional part from decimal and binary to other bases

Advanced conversion with fractional part
6 questions
+ Binary arithmetic
2 lectures 12:12
  • Addition with binary numbers (positive numbers)
Binary addition
05:12
  • Subtraction with binary numbers using the 2s complement
  • Distinguish positive and negative numbers using MSB value (MSB has a relevant value in this lesson because we use negative numbers in this video)
Binary subtraction with 2's complement
07:00

Addition and subtraction with binary numbers

Binary arithmetic
7 questions
+ Octal, hexadecimal and other bases arithmetic
4 lectures 15:17
  • Use of conversion between base numbers, and arithmetic operations to make additions and subtractions using different bases combination
Conversion and arithmetic operations join together
00:42
  • Addition using octal and hexadecimal numbers
  • The importance of the MSB to distinguish between positive and negative numbers
Octal and Hexadecimal addition
04:53
  • Subtraction using octal and hexadecimal number using 2's complement
  • The importance of the MSB to distinguish between positive and negative numbers
Octal and Hexadecimal subtraction
04:29
  • Addition and subtraction using different types of base numbers
  • Use of  great part of the methods learned in the previous chapters
  • MSB to distinguish between positive and negative numbers
Addition and subtraction with different bases
05:13
Octal, hexadecimal and other bases arithmetic
10 questions
+ Engineering Functions
2 lectures 09:28
  • Use of engineering functions to convert numbers using the different four bases
Engineering functions for numbers conversion
06:21
  • The importance of logical functions to avoid the error result
Use of logical function to avoid error
03:07