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Computer Science - Number System Conversion and mathematical operation behind Programming

Luis Carlos, Engineer, Web Developer and Instructor

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27 Lessons (1h 35m)
• 1. Presentation and course preview

1:52
• 2. Course overview

0:50
• 3. Introduction

3:35
• 4. Types of number system

3:35
• 5. Decimal system

2:08
• 6. Conversion from decimal to binary

3:12
• 7. Conversion from decimal to octal

4:30
• 8. Conversion from decimal to hexadecimal

3:53
• 9. Conversion from binary to decimal

3:08
• 10. Conversion from binary to octal

1:33
• 11. Conversion from binary to hexadecimal

1:53
• 12. Conversion from octal to binary

1:38
• 13. Conversion from octal to decimal

2:01
• 14. Conversion from octal to hexadecimal

2:04
• 15. Conversion from hexadecimal to binary

1:53
• 16. Conversion from hexadecimal to decimal

2:09
• 17. Conversion from hexadecimal to octal

2:29
• 18. Conversion from decimal to binary using fractional numbers

7:47
• 19. Conversion from binary to decimal using fractional numbers

5:00
• 20. Decimal to other bases conversion using fractional numbers

5:28
• 21. Binary to other bases conversion using fractional numbers

7:03
• 22. Binary addition

5:12
• 23. Binary subtraction

7:00
• 24. Introduction to arithmetic operations with different bases

0:42

4:53
• 26. Hexadecimal and octal subtraction

4:29
• 27. Addition and subtraction using all bases

5:13

Learn to convert and make arithmetic operations with  decimal, binary, octal and hexadecimal numbers.

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.

At the end of this course, you should be comfortable making:

• Conversion between different system numbers using integer numbers

• Conversion between different system numbers using fractional numbers

• Making addition and subtraction with different bases(binary, decimal, octal and hexadecimal).

What are the requirements?

• Pleasure to learn and motivation

• Leave the rest with me

What is the target audience
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• 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.

Good Luck!!

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Luis Carlos

Engineer, Web Developer and Instructor

Currently, I am an exciting Engineer and Trainer , who loves to learn and share knowledge and new experiences.

As Trainer participated in many projects directed to student in the areas of math, computer science, new technologies and web development . Several years of training helped me developed many skills that contribute to the personal development of each people.

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