# HEX to Binary

The basis of the hexadecimal system (abbreviated hex) is 16. (radix). It employs 16 symbols since it is a base-16 numeric system. The first six letters of the English alphabet are A, B, C, D, E, and F, and the first ten decimal numbers are 0 through 9 (0, 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, and 8). The need to represent the numbers 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, and 15 in a single symbol necessitates the employment of the letters.

In mathematics and information technology, hex is employed to represent binary integers because it is more aesthetically pleasing. Hex is a language used to write binary in an abridged manner since each hex digit represents four binary digits.

Four binary digits, often known as nibbles

Dual System
The base of the binary numeral system is two (radix). It only has two numbers since it uses the base-2 numeral system: 0 and 1.

The binary system has been used for many reasons in ancient Egypt, China, and India, but in the modern era it has taken on the role of the language of electronics and computers. The most effective method for determining whether an electric signal is off (0) or on (1) is this one. Additionally, it serves as the foundation for the binary code that computers utilise to construct data. Binary numerals are used in even the digital text you are reading right now.

Despite appearances, reading a binary number is simple: Since this is a positional system, each binary digit must have a place.