In the modern days where computers and digital terms rule everyday lives, it is hard not to be able to understand the terms used and related to computers. It is essential to be able to convert between different values easily to understand the terms being used, often in everyday conversation.
Academically, one of the first requisites for digital subject related classes would be dealing with the various number systems used, including octal, decimal, and hexadecimal. Converting these numbers from the normally favored binary numbers can be done manually for smaller numbers and in case it is required for higher numbers, there are many online tools that help convert binary numbers into decimals and vice versa.
In the LED TVs and monitors, the resolution and the clarity of the picture are mentioned in pixels and the image displayed pertains to a particular aspect ratio. By talking about the pixel ratio (length vs width of the screen) and the aspect ratio of the screen, one can determine the quality of the device. This is even applicable for videos which are declared as HD based on the pixel ratio. (720P and 1080P videos have given way to ultra high definition videos and all of these are classified based on the length to width pixel ratio). Online tools can be used to calculate pixels and aspect ratio.
The Fibonacci series is perhaps one of a fascinating mathematical sequences ever. It is a simple arithmetic progression series where a number is the sum of its two of its predecessors. For the lower numbers, it can be easy to add and cumulatively progress the sequence but as the value of the number increases, it takes special tools that can effectively calculate Fibonacci series without addition errors. The online tools can help calculate the nth number in a series with just basic inputs.
Computers understand colors as a sequence of numbers and digits.The internal digital commands used to represent colors are alphanumeric values, often hexadecimal and it becomes hard to remember all the combinations. Originally, with a smaller color palette, it was easier to remember and associate the values but as the colors in the digital world expanded, and more and more new colors were added and recognized by the computer, the values became more complex. But they still need to be used in their acceptable alphanumeric format in programs so the final output on the screen is in the color of choice. Since it is nearly impossible to remember the color and the corresponding value for all colors, there are tools that convert color code easily with simple inputs.
Roman numeral systems, despite being one of the most commonly used, important number systems at one point can be difficult to process. The placement rules of the ‘digits’ and the corresponding values for them confuses even the most experienced mathematician. The rules of conversion vary largely based on where a particular number is placed. This is why a designated tool to convert roman numerals comes in handy at times.
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