Topic 35 Resources

Students need to understand:

Numbers

  • how to convert positive denary whole numbers (0–255) into 2 digit hexadecimal numbers and vice versa
  • how to convert from binary to hexadecimal equivalents and vice versa


Choose from the following to help you learn:

Books

CAMBRIDGE Computer Science:
Pages 136-139. Sections "Hexadecimal"
ROBSON & HEATHCOTE Computer Science (9-1):
Page 139 & 140. Section "Hexadecimal number system".
SUSAN ROBSON GCSE Computing(3rd edition):
Page 53 to 54, including sections on converting to hexadecimal on the top half of Page 54. 
SUSAN ROBSON GCSE Computing(2012):
Page 13 to 14, including sections on converting to hexadecimal on the top half of Page 14
AXSIED GCSE Computer Science (3rd edition):
Page 127, R64 "Hexadecimal to Denary", Page 129, R65 "Denary to Hexadecimal" and Page 131, R66 "Hexadecimal and Binary Conversions"
ROUSE & O'BYRNE GCSE(9-1) Computer Science:
Pages 149-151. Sections "Denary to Hexadecimal" and "Hexadecimal to Denary"

Web Sites


YouTube
  • MrDMcKnight: Watch all (5:55). Converting between hexadecimal and denary
  • MrDMcKnight: Watch all (8:34). Converting between hexadecimal and binary
  • MrJBilton: Watch all (1:21). Understand hexadecimal
  • MrJBilton: Watch all (1:07). Convert between binary and hexadecimal numbers
  • Computer Science Tutor: Watch from 0:13 to 12:10. Hexadecimal
  • Cambridge GCSE Computing: Watch all (1:50) Hexadecimal numbers, Part A
  • Cambridge GCSE Computing: Watch all (1:24) Hexadecimal numbers, Part B
  • Cambridge GCSE Computing: Watch all (1:24) Hexadecimal numbers, Part C
  • MrDMcKnight: Watch all (3:05) Hex to Denary Demo

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