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#### mattfred25

i am working on my hexadecimal to binary conversions and i was trying out some examples of them
I took a hex physical address- 00-1C-DF-4C-68-AB and I had to convert it to binary pairs and this is what i got when I tried to convert it to binary pairs
00011100110111110100110001101000101010

is this right? if someone could let me know i would be happy

thank you

Matthew Frederickson

#### Darkicon

I believe the correct binary pairs for 00 1C DF 4C 68 AB would be:

0001110011011111010011000110100010101011

Code:
``````Hex	 0	 1	 2	 3	 4	 5	 6	 7	 8	 9	 A	 B	 C	 D	 E	 F
Binary	0000	0001	0010	0011	0100	0101	0110	0111	1000	1001	1010	1011 	1100	1101	1110	111``````
There's a chart for converting them.

Also, if you're really stuck trying to figure it out, you can use MS Calculator. Just go to View>Scientific and check the Hex box and type in the hex address then click the Binary box and it will show the binary pairs. Or you can check the Binary box and type in the binary pairs and then click on the Hex box to show the hex address.

If you can memorize the chart, converting hex to binary or binary to hex can be very easy.

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