Contents

- 1 What is Number System?
- 2 Type of Number system:
- 3 Table of Number Systems
- 4 Number System Conversions
- 5 Class 7 Computer Chapter 1-Number System Solutions
- 5.1 Number System – Fill in the Blanks
- 5.2 Number System – True or False
- 5.3 Number System- Application based Questions
- 5.4 Number System- Multiple Choice Questions
- 5.5 Number System- Answer the Following Questions
- 5.6 Number System – Lab Session Activity
- 5.7 Find the Difference between the following:
- 5.8 Multiply the following Binary numbers:

**What is Number System?**

Number systems are the technique to represent numbers in the computer system architecture, every value that you are saving or getting into/from computer memory has a defined number system.

**Type of Number system**:

There are 4 types of number system:

- Decimal number system.
- Binary number system.
- Octal number system.
- Hexadecimal number system.

**1.Decimal number system**

Decimal number system has only ten digits from 0 to 9. Every number(value) represents with 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9 in this number system. The base of decimal number system is 10, because it has only 10 digits.

**2. Binary number system**

A Binary number system has only two digits that are 0 and 1. Every number (value) represents with 0 and 1 in this number system. The base of binary system is 2, because it has only two digits.

Also See: Binary to Text converter

**3. Octal number system**

Octal number system has only eight(8) digits from 0 to 7. Every number (value) represents with 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7 in this number system. The base of octal number system is 8, because it has only 8 digits.

**4. Hexadecimal number system**

A Hexadecimal number system has sixteen (16) alphanumeric values from 0 to 9 and A to F. Every number(value) represents with 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, A, B, C, D, E and F in this number system. The base of hexadecimal number system is 16, because it has 16 alphanumeric values. Here A is 10, B is 11, C is 12, D is 13, E is 14 and F is 15.

**Table of Number Systems**

Number System | Base | Used Digit | Example |
---|---|---|---|

Decimal | 10 | 0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9 | 4562 |

Binary | 2 | 0,1 | 101011101 |

Octal | 8 | 0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7, | 437 |

Hexadecimal | 16 | 0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,A,B,C,D,E,F | 5FA17 |

**Number System Conversions**

- Decimal to Binary
- Binary to Decimal
- Decimal to Octal
- Octal to Decimal
- Octal to Binary
- Binary to Octal
- Decimal to Hexadecimal
- Hexadecimal to decimal
- Binary to Decimal

**Class 7 Computer Chapter 1-Number System Solutions**

**Number System – Fill in the Blanks**

**Q1: The base of binary number system is __________.**

**Ans:** The base of binary number system is __**2**___.

**Q2 : The base of ___________ number system is 10.**

**Ans:** The base of **Decimal** number system is 10.

**Q3: Octal number system consists of ___________ digits.**

**Ans:** Octal number system consists of **8** digits

**Q4: In Binary addition, 1+1 equals to ____________.**

**Ans:** In Binary addition, 1+1 equals to **0 with 1 carry**.

**Q5: ____________ number system is understood by computer system.**

**Ans:** **Binary ** number system is understood by computer system.

**Q6: ___________ number system uses 16 digits, from 0 to 9 and letters A to F.**

**Ans:** **Hexadecimal **number system uses 16 digits, from 0 to 9 and letters A to F.

Q7: In Binary subtraction, 1-1 equals to __________.

**Ans:** In Binary subtraction, 1-1 equals to **0**.

**Number System – True or False**

**Q1: You cannot perform arithmetic operations on binary numbers. **

**Ans:** False.

**Q2: Decimal number system consists of 10 digits, i.e. 0 to 9.**

**Ans:** True.

**Q3: Method to perform division of two binary numbers is not hte same as decimal numbers.**

**Ans:** False.

**Q4: 1 multiplied by 0 equal to 0.**

**Ans:** True.

**Q5: Charles Babbage introduce the concept of 0(zero).**

**Ans:** False.

**Q6: The numbers used in octal number system are 1 to 7.**

**Ans:** False.

**Number System- Application based Questions**

**Q1: Sonam’s computer teacher has asked her to convert an octal number to decimal. Suggest the method which she should use to convert octal number.**

**Ans:** To convert an octal number to decimal number, start multiplying the digits of the number from the right hand side with increasing power of 8 starting from 0 and then calculating the sum of all the products.

Q2: The teacher has given assignment to Shubham on binary subtraction. Shubham is confused about how to subtract 1 from 0. Help him solving the problem.

**Ans:** The number is borrowed when 1 is subtracted from 0 (10-1=1).

**Number System- Multiple Choice Questions**

Q1: ____________ introduced the concept of 0(zero).

a) Ada lovelace b) Aryabhat c) Charles Babbage

**Ans:** **Aryabhat**.

Q2: A ___________ converts the decimal format into its binary equivalent.

a) Digital computer b) Cell phone c) Abacus

**Ans: Digital computer**

Q3: A computer understand only the ________ code.

a) English b) French c) Binary

**Ans: Binary**

Q4: In Binary multiplication, 1 X 1 equals to _____________.

a) 0 b) 1 c) 2

**Ans:** 1

Q5: To convert a decimal number into a binary number, divide the number by _______.

a) 2 b) 8 c) 10

**Ans: 2**

**Number System- Answer the Following Questions**

**Q1: What are the rules to convert a decimal number into a binary number?**

**Ans: **To convert a decimal number into a binary number, follow the below given steps:

- Divide the given decimal number with base 2.
- Write down the remainder and divide the quotient again by 2.
- Repeat the step 2 till the quotient is 0.
- Wtite the remainders obtained in each step in the reverse order to form the binary equivalent of the given decimal number, i.e., placing the least significant digit at the top and most significant digit at the bottom.

**Q2: What are the rules to multiply two binary numbers?**

**Ans:** The rules for performing multiplication using binary numbers is same as that of decimal numbers. The given table illustrate the multiplication of two binary digits.

A | B | A X B = C |

0 | 0 | 0 X 0=1 |

0 | 1 | 0 X 1=1 |

1 | 0 | 1 X 0=1 |

1 | 1 | 1 X 1=1 |

**Number System – Lab Session Activity**

**Q1: Convert the following decimal numbers into binary.**

**a) 68 **

**Ans:** 1000100

**b) 987**

**Ans:** 1111011011

**c) 657**

**Ans:** 1010010001

**Q2: Convert the following binary number into decimal.**

a) 1011

**Ans:** 11

a) 100110

**Ans:** 38

c) 10101

**Ans:** 21

**Q3) Perform the binary addition on the following numbers**

**a) 10101+00111**

**Ans:** Binary value: 10101+00111=**011100**, Decimal value: 21+7=**28**.

**b) 1000101101+1001101**

**Ans:** **Ans:** Binary value: 1000101101+1001101=**01001111010**, Decimal value: 557+77=**634**.

**c) 1101+1001**

**Ans:** **Ans:** Binary value: 1101+1001=**010110**, Decimal value: 13+9=**22**.

**Find the Difference between the following:**

a) 10011-01010

**Ans:** **Binary value:** 10011-01010= **01001**

**Decimal value: **19-10=**9**

b) 11001001-01100110=**01100011**

**Ans:** **Binary value:** 11001001-01100110= **01100011**

**Decimal value: **201-102=**99**

c) 111-001

**Ans:** **Binary value:** 111-001=**0110**

**Decimal value: **7-1=**6**

**Multiply the following Binary numbers:**

**a) 101 X 011**

**Ans:** Binary value: 101 X 011=**01111**

Decimal value: 5 X 3=**15**

**b) 1011 X 101**

**Ans:** Binary value: 1011 X 101=**0110111**

Decimal value: 11 X 5= **55**

**c) 101010 X 1011**

**Ans:** Binary value: 101010 X 1011=**0111001110**

Decimal value: 42 X11=**462**