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Meaning of RADIX

Pronunciation:  'reydiks

 
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(Or "base", "number base") In a positional representation of numbers, that integer by which the significance of one digit place must be multiplied to give the significance of the next higher digit place. Conventional decimal numbers are radix ten, binary numbers are radix two.

 

 

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