> 10 and number 5 as 11 and so on... so I think the > other solution given is not correct as all values
> not going to be half!
I meant the logarithmic scale. In this scale the log of any number to
the base 4 is half that to the base 2.
(i.e log_4(16) = 2 = 1/2*log_2(16))
Reply by amit athavale●May 27, 20032003-05-27
To my understanding..
The decimal number system that we all use has radix 10
meaning u have 0 to 9 numbers to count on and then 10
Radix 2 will be number system with only two digits
0 and 1. so decimal number 2 will be represented as
10 and 3 as 11 and so on
For radix 4 u will have numbers 0 1 2 and 3 in ur
number system and there u will represent number 4 as
10 and number 5 as 11 and so on... so I think the
other solution given is not correct as all values are
not going to be half!
0 and 1 have same value in both number systems!
Hope it helps
--- Appalayagari Sreedhar <> wrote: > Dear Friends,
> Can u clear my query,
> What exactly is the difference between the radix 2
> and radix 4 and how the number of computations vary.
> Thanks in advance.
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Reply by Nilesh●May 26, 20032003-05-26
The radix is simply the base of the number system you want to use.
Therfore, when you consider the logarithmic scale, any number in radix
4 system is half the value it has in the radix 2 system.
As regards your question about the number of computations, I am not
sure in what respect you have posed this question.
Reply by Appalayagari Sreedhar●May 24, 20032003-05-24
Can u clear my query,
What exactly is the difference between the radix 2 and radix 4 and how the
number of computations vary.
Thanks in advance.
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