How to write 46+10+32 in base ten and like units in a ones ten and hundreds colom
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I'm not sure exactly what this question means, so I'm guessing that the given sum is in a base other than decimal. I also assume that in decimal we have the same digit in the hundreds, tens and ones.

Assume base b.



b+1=111x/8, so x=8 and b+1=111, b=110.



answered Dec 1, 2016 by Rod Top Rated User (442,580 points)
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