# How do you convert hex to Denary?

**hex**value to the appropriate base 16 place-value column: 2 in the 16 column; D in the 1 column. Work out what the

**hex**digits represent in

**denary**: 2 = 2 in

**denary**; D = 13 in

**denary**. Multiply this figure with the place value: 2 x 16 = 32; 13 x 1 = 13.

Moreover, how do you convert hex to decimal?

To **convert** a **hexadecimal** to a **decimal** manually, you must start by multiplying the **hex number** by 16. Then, you raise it to a power of 0 and increase that power by 1 each time according to the **hexadecimal number** equivalent. We start from the right of the **hexadecimal number** and go to the left when applying the powers.

**Hex is very easy to convert to binary.**

- Write down the hex number and represent each hex digit by its binary equivalent number from the table above.
- Use 4 digits and add insignificant leading zeros if the binary number has less than 4 digits.
- Then concatenate or string all the digits together.

Then, how do you work out Denary?

To **calculate** the value of a number in either **denary** or binary, you can multiply each digit by the appropriate multiplier and add them together to get the total. In **denary**, each digit from right to left is multiplied by 10 to the corresponding power, starting with 0.

The maximum 4-digit hexadecimal number is **FFFF**_{16} which is equal to 65,535 in **decimal** and so on.