Octal and Hexadecimal Conversion Worksheets
Sharpen your skills on the octal and hexadecimal number system with our bundle of printable worksheets. Mastery in this concept is your ticket to thrive in many arenas at the forefront of which is IT, where these octal and hexadecimal numbers are largely at play. Hexadecimal numbers have a base value of 16 whereas the octal number's base value is equivalent to 8. Grab these pdfs, including MCQs, to convert to and from octal and hexadecimal like a pro. Don't miss out on our free worksheet!
Practice at its best, these pdfs set you on the road to proficiency in converting octal to hexadecimal. Exhibit your conversion skills by first representing the octal numbers in the binary system and then converting them to hexadecimal numbers.
Pin your hopes on these high school worksheets to help you transform hexadecimal to octal numbers without the slightest trouble. Rewrite the hexadecimal number in the binary number system, and then transform it to an octal number.
Spare no effort while solving these exercises that test how effectively you can convert between octal and hexadecimal numbers. Count on this set of MCQs to help hammer home the concept of base 8 and base 16 number systems.