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Conversion between number systems ranging from Base 2 to Base 60: Binary, Ternary, Quaternary, Quinary, Senary, Septenary, Octal, Nonary, Decimal, Undenary, Duodenary, Tridecimal, Tetradecimal, Pentadecimal, Hexadecimal, Vigesimal, Hexavigesimal, Septemvigesimal, Trigesimal, Duotrigesimal, Sexagesimal and many more.

From Unit:

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Binary (Base 2)
Ternary (Base 3)
Quaternary (Base 4)
Quinary (Base 5)
Senary (Base 6)
Septenary (Base 7)
Octal (Base 8)
Nonary (Base 9)
Decimal (Base 10)
Undenary (Base 11)
Duodenary (Base 12)
Tridecimal (Base 13)
Tetradecimal (Base 14)
Pentadecimal (Base 15)
Hexadecimal (Base 16)
Base 17 (Base 17)
Base 18 (Base 18)
Base 19 (Base 19)
Vigesimal (Base 20)
Base 21 (Base 21)
Base 22 (Base 22)
Base 23 (Base 23)
Base 24 (Base 24)
Base 25 (Base 25)
Hexavigesimal (Base 26)
Septemvigesimal (Base 27)
Base 28 (Base 28)
Base 29 (Base 29)
Trigesimal (Base 30)
Base 31 (Base 31)
Duotrigesimal (Base 32)
Base 33 (Base 33)
Base 34 (Base 34)
Base 35 (Base 35)
Base 36 (Base 36)
Sexagesimal (Base 60)

Input Value:

To Unit:

- Select -
Binary (Base 2)
Ternary (Base 3)
Quaternary (Base 4)
Quinary (Base 5)
Senary (Base 6)
Septenary (Base 7)
Octal (Base 8)
Nonary (Base 9)
Decimal (Base 10)
Undenary (Base 11)
Duodenary (Base 12)
Tridecimal (Base 13)
Tetradecimal (Base 14)
Pentadecimal (Base 15)
Hexadecimal (Base 16)
Base 17 (Base 17)
Base 18 (Base 18)
Base 19 (Base 19)
Vigesimal (Base 20)
Base 21 (Base 21)
Base 22 (Base 22)
Base 23 (Base 23)
Base 24 (Base 24)
Base 25 (Base 25)
Hexavigesimal (Base 26)
Septemvigesimal (Base 27)
Base 28 (Base 28)
Base 29 (Base 29)
Trigesimal (Base 30)
Base 31 (Base 31)
Duotrigesimal (Base 32)
Base 33 (Base 33)
Base 34 (Base 34)
Base 35 (Base 35)
Base 36 (Base 36)
Sexagesimal (Base 60)

Converted Value:

Number System

In mathematics, a number system is a set of symbols used to represent values, count quantities, perform arithmetic operations, determine orders and compare amounts.
There are different number systems. The Base 10 (*Decimal*) number system is the most commonly used, which uses ten distinct symbols 0-9 to represent values zero to nine.
Different number systems are used in many fields.
For example, in the field of computer science, the Base 2 (*Binary*) and Base 16 (*Hexadecimal*) number systems are commonly used.
The Binary number system uses two distinct symbols 0 and 1 to represent values zero and one.
The Hexadecimal number system uses sixteen distinct symbols, with the numeric symbols 0-9 to represent values zero to nine, and alphabets A, B, C, D, E and F (or a-f) to represent values ten to fifteen.

What is the Base 36 number system? The Base 36 number system uses thirty-six distinct symbols, with the numeric symbols 0-9 to represent values zero to nine, and alphabets A-Z (or a-z) to represent values ten to thirty-five.

What is the Base 36 number system? The Base 36 number system uses thirty-six distinct symbols, with the numeric symbols 0-9 to represent values zero to nine, and alphabets A-Z (or a-z) to represent values ten to thirty-five.

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What number system do we use for measuring time?

We use the Base 60 (*Sexagesimal*) number system, where one hour of time is divided into 60 minutes, and one minute is divided into 60 seconds.
The time measurement of "8 hours, 28 minutes and 32 seconds" is represented by three Base 60 numbers as 8:28:32.