💡 Distance learning platform developed for secondary school students in Cameroon.

🎓 Introduction to distance learning as a teaching method.

🔢 Explanation of the number of symbols in different number systems.

💡 Valid binary numbers are made up of a sequence of zeros and ones, and it is important to specify the base.

🔢 This lesson focuses on addition and subtraction in base 2, 8, and 16.

📚 To understand this lesson, you need to be able to identify valid numbers in a given base, add and subtract in base 10, and determine remainders and quotients when dividing numbers.

🔢 When dividing numbers, we get a quotient and a remainder.

➕ To perform addition, we reorganize numbers into columns and add them column by column.

➖ To perform subtraction, we reorganize numbers into columns and subtract them column by column.

Borrowing from the left column in the number system allows us to subtract and add digits.

Real-life applications of addition and subtraction in binary, octal, and hexadecimal.

The principle of addition in base systems: dividing by the base and carrying remainder and quotient.

🔢 Addition in different number systems

✖️ Subtraction in different number systems

Performing subtraction in different number systems.

Borrowing values in subtraction in different number systems.

Examples of subtraction in binary, octal, and hexadecimal number systems.

🔢 The video explains addition and subtraction in different number systems, specifically base 16 and base 8.

🔠 It demonstrates how to convert symbols in base 16 to corresponding letters and subtract numbers in base 8 by borrowing.

💻 The lesson recommends practicing different operations in base 2 and mentions the upcoming topic of number base conversion.