# The number represented by the binary equivalent, convert to the number of octal and hexadecimal equivalent 01110.10010

First, let’s see what number we are given. It contains “.”, Which indicates that it is not an integer, but a floating point number. Also, the first bit of this number is “0”, which allows us to assume that the number is positive or generally unsigned (if the first bit is zero, then the number is positive, otherwise it is negative).

We will use the method of fast translation into the number system 2 ^ k, since 8 and 16 are powers of two.

For the octal system, we need to split the number into triplets of bits, starting from a point. We get 110 and 001. Let’s translate them into the 8-ary system. We get 6 and 1. Do the same on the reverse side. We get 4 and 4. The number in the 8-ary system will be 16.44

For the hexadecimal system, we use not triads, but quartets. We get 1110 before the point and 1001 after. The final number will be 14.9 or E.9