# Степень Двойки: учим степени и

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The application is intended for anyone who wants to fix and keep in memory the powers of the number 2 and the initial numbers written in different number systems.

Please note that no recommendations for translating number systems are given. The program works only on the formation of memorization of values. For example, remember that A in hex is 10 in decimal. Where can it come in handy? When passing the exam, in computer science lessons when studying number systems, and, of course, for their own development.

Anyone who wants to devote their lives to computer science and programming, it is important to know the powers of the number 2. This is such a multiplication table in the world of computers. And, accordingly, have an idea of ​​the recognized number systems: binary, octal, decimal and hexadecimal.

Considering that usually no one reads a lot of text, I will add on my own: comrades, students, please learn degrees of the number two! Understand binary, octal and hexadecimal systems, I don't want to put a row of twos in a row. First, it's ugly ...

I understand that it is incredibly difficult to sit down and learn from a piece of paper. I hope that at least the program will somehow attract your attention. Although the "game" of this is so to itself, rather a simulator for a rather routine formulation of a skill. But if we compare "learn from a piece of paper" or "learn in a simulator", I prefer and recommend the simulator :))

If someone does not know at all about the powers of a number and about number systems, then the program will seem to make as much sense as felt boots for an elephant :)

In general, learn. Teachers want to give A's. It's actually true, just give them a reason!
Updated on
Oct 6, 2020

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