Maths - Binary & Hexadecimal!

  MrNerdy 16:37 22 May 2007

Now the last time i did maths was back in 1982!!
And i need some help on it now!
I need to understand in more detail Hexadecimal & Binary.

Now i have already googled this & looked at the sites but i need to look at it in more detail.
But if anyone has any good links for free sites that i can download or copy maths papers from so i can brush up on this subject, i would be most grateful.

  Kate B 16:51 22 May 2007

*proud of self for getting the joke*

  P1d 16:54 22 May 2007

Try this site;
click here

How did you get on with subnetting from your previous post;
click here

  The Brigadier 18:06 22 May 2007

Gosh your a wit or is that tit?

  MrNerdy 18:11 22 May 2007

Damm beat to the pun.
Very good Forum member, but of course Hexadecimal has 16 types of people that understand it!

P1d thanks, i bought a subnetting book that has helped a bit plus used the links you kindly have repeated.
Think i now have just about an understanding of Binary now. It's just Hex that does the grey matter in!

  MrNerdy 18:12 22 May 2007

Before it all goes off i will tick resolved.
Thanks everyone for your input, even the silly ones!

  Weskit 18:33 22 May 2007

With respect, I assume you are too young to remember inputting programs to a Sinclair ZX81 computer? All I recall is a lengthy string of jumbled letters and numbers..

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