Calculator Instructions:

This calculator allows you to add, subtract, multiply, or divide two numbers with different bases Search Engine Shortcut Examples:

20 base 6 + 50 base 4

30 base 4 * 20 base 2

35 base 6 - 42 base 8

22 base 6 / 44 base 3

2_6+50_4

30_4*20_2

35_6 - 42_8

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Perform the following subtraction between bases: 35_{6} - 42_{8}

We do this by converting both terms to base 10

Convert 35_{6} to base 10

Move left to right starting with a power of 1 and decrease powers by 1 until we get to the last term

Since term 1 is 3, we assign it a value of 3 * (6^{1}) = 18.

Our total sum is now equal to: 0 + 18 = 18.

Since term 2 is 5, we assign it a value of 5 * (6^{0}) = 5.

Our total sum is now equal to: 18 + 5 = 23.

We've evaluated all 2 terms and arrived at our answer:

Expressing in expansion, we get: 3(6^{1}) + 5(6^{0})

Simplifying the expansion, we get: 18 + 5 =**23**.

Convert 42_{8} to base 10

Move left to right starting with a power of 1 and decrease powers by 1 until we get to the last term

Since term 1 is 4, we assign it a value of 4 * (8^{1}) = 32.

Our total sum is now equal to: 0 + 32 = 32.

Since term 2 is 2, we assign it a value of 2 * (8^{0}) = 2.

Our total sum is now equal to: 32 + 2 = 34.

We've evaluated all 2 terms and arrived at our answer:

Expressing in expansion, we get: 4(8^{1}) + 2(8^{0})

Simplifying the expansion, we get: 32 + 2 =**34**.

__Finalize subtraction in base 10:__

23 - 34 =**-11**

This calculator allows you to add, subtract, multiply, or divide two numbers with different bases Search Engine Shortcut Examples:

20 base 6 + 50 base 4

30 base 4 * 20 base 2

35 base 6 - 42 base 8

22 base 6 / 44 base 3

2_6+50_4

30_4*20_2

35_6 - 42_8

22_6/44_3 Excel Download for Premium Users Only Quizzes Available for Premium Users Only Unlimited Practice Problem Generator for Premium Users Only Flashcards for Premium Users Only

Perform the following subtraction between bases: 35

We do this by converting both terms to base 10

Convert 35

Move left to right starting with a power of 1 and decrease powers by 1 until we get to the last term

Since term 1 is 3, we assign it a value of 3 * (6

Our total sum is now equal to: 0 + 18 = 18.

Since term 2 is 5, we assign it a value of 5 * (6

Our total sum is now equal to: 18 + 5 = 23.

We've evaluated all 2 terms and arrived at our answer:

Expressing in expansion, we get: 3(6

Simplifying the expansion, we get: 18 + 5 =

Convert 42

Move left to right starting with a power of 1 and decrease powers by 1 until we get to the last term

Since term 1 is 4, we assign it a value of 4 * (8

Our total sum is now equal to: 0 + 32 = 32.

Since term 2 is 2, we assign it a value of 2 * (8

Our total sum is now equal to: 32 + 2 = 34.

We've evaluated all 2 terms and arrived at our answer:

Expressing in expansion, we get: 4(8

Simplifying the expansion, we get: 32 + 2 =

23 - 34 =

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