Using Google to Convert Between Bases
Google uses the prefixes 0b and 0x to refer to binary and hexadecimal numbers, respectively. For example, the hexadecimal number 32A7_{16} would be entered as 0x32A7 in Google.
Open another window on your browser and go to google. Then answer the following questions.
Using Google to Convert Between Bases

1 pointWhat does Google respond when you type "12345 in hex" in a Google search bar?

1 pointWhen you type "0x12BC34CF in decimal" into a Google search bar, what is Google's reponse?

1 pointNow use google to figure out how much the binary number 10001111 is in hex. Remember to use the 0b prefix when typing a binary number into Google. What does Google say is the hexadecimal value of this number?

1 pointNow use google to figure out how much the binary number 10001111 is in decimal. What is Google's answer?