Addition in different bases (Part 1)

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In this three-part video series, Professor Perez from Saddleback College teaches addition and subtraction with numbers of different bases. Part 1 covers addition with no carryover, with examples given in base 10, base 8, base 4, and base 2. The lesson provides a review of place values and how to convert a number to base 10. The video is a great warm-up for those looking to refresh their memory on basic addition in different bases.

Lesson Description:

Adding numbers of different bases with no carry-over.

Created by and copyright of Larry Perez. Funded by the state of California through Saddleback College. More information on videos, resources, and lessons at Algebra2Go.

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Questions answered by this video:
  • How do you add numbers in base 10 with an abacus?
  • How do you add 65,234 + 31,753 with an abacus?
  • How do you add numbers in base 8 with an abacus?
  • How do you add 65234 + 12433 base 8?
  • How do you convert a base 8 number to base 10?
  • How do you add 10021 + 3202 in base 4?
  • What is 13223 base 4 in base 10 and how do you convert it?
  • How do you add numbers in base 2?
  • What are the place values of digits in other bases?
  • What is 10011 + 11000 in base 2?
  • How do you convert 101011 base 2 into base 10?
  • Staff Review

    • Currently 3.0/5 Stars.
    This video will teach you how to add basic numbers in other bases. It begins with base 10 and moves on to some other bases such as base 8, base 4, and base 2. Because this is an introductory video, there is no carry-over in any problems except in the final problem. This is a great place to start in order to understand operations in bases other than base 10.