4.3 Computation - 4.3ComputationinPositionalSystems

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4.3 Computation in Positional Systems Addition:   Add the numbers in the righthand column.  If the sum is greater than the base, mentally divide the  base into the sum; write the remainder under that column and carry the quotient to the next column.  Continue  in this way for each column.   Add the following: 1. 321 four 2. 101101 two 3. 5032 six 23 four 1011 two 3542 six 4. DA2F sixteen 5. 4032 five 6. 3B0A6 twelve 3F7C sixteen 3413 five A594B twelve Subtraction:    As with base ten, start subtracting from the righthand column.  If the top number is smaller than  the bottom number, borrow from the number to the left an amount equal to the base and decrease the lefthand  number by one.  Continue in this way for each column.   S:ubtract the following 7. 23 six 8. 483 seven 9. 120 three 10. 7E5A3 sixteen 15 six - 25 seven 21 three 3F49B sixteen Multiplication:   As with base ten, start by multiplying the bottom right number by the top right number.  If the product is 
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