We will take a simple example to represent decimal number in a format clearly showing how the weights and the associated values form the decimal number. The following examples will make it easier for you to understand how the wights and the values are assigned in other number systems.

Example 1: Represent

We also write it as

Where the subscript 10 indicates that the its a decimal number.Example 1: Represent

**592**in decimal number systemWe also write it as

**(592)**_{10}**For a given number first write down the weights for the decimal number system as shown below**

__Step 1:__**10**

^{2}

**10**

^{1}

**10**

^{0 }

**← Weights**

Here decimal point is not required since fractional part does not exist.

__Step 2:__Now assign values to the weights starting from right to left such that LSD has the smallest weight and MSD has the greatest weight.

**10**

^{2}

**10**

^{1}

**10**

^{0 }

**← Weights**

5 | 9 | 2 |

MSD LSD

__Step 3:__Multiply each

**value**with its corresponding

**weights**as shown below

**5x10**

^{2}**9x10**

^{1}**2x10**

^{0}__Step 4:__Compute the sum of the products obtained in

**Step 3**as shown below

**5x10**

^{2 }+ 9x10^{1 }+ 2x10^{0}

^{ }**= 5x100 + 9x10 + 2x1**

**= 500 + 90 + 2**

**=(592)**

_{10}