You'll learn to read a decimal steel rule.

Learners are introduced to the binary-coded decimal, a common way of encoding decimal digits in computing and electronic systems. A brief quiz completes the activity.

In this learning activity you'll practice calculating the between the binary number system and the decimal number system.

You'll convert a power of 10 to a whole number or a decimal.

In this learning activity you'll examine a systematic method for converting a decimal number (base 10) into a binary number (base 2).

You'll learn to round decimal numbers to the given place value.

You'll practice expressing decimal numbers as percents.

You'll practice expressing percents as decimal numbers.

In this learning activity, you'll practice converting between common decimal and fraction equivalents in US standard units.

You'll choose the number that is rounded to the correct decimal place: whole, tenth, hundredth, or thousandth.

Students use the Base Minus One Complement method to perform hexadecimal subtraction.

In this learning activity you'll review the hexadecimal numbering system.

In this learning activity you'll examine two methods for converting a binary number to a decimal number.

You'll practice rounding decimal numbers.

In this learning activity you'll explore how to change a decimal to a fraction and learn a method to visually check the fraction for accuracy.

In this learning activity you'll practice converting between hexadecimal and decimal and between hexadecimal and binary numbers.

You'll determine which of two options is the correct choice for rounding a given number to the nearest tenth, hundredth, or thousandth.

In this animated object, learners examine a systematic method for converting a decimal number (base 10) into an octal number (base 8).