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This video touches briefly (could not be more brief) on number base systems of counting.
Octal (base 8) is mentioned. The most common are: Decimal (base 10), Binary(base 2), Octal (base 8) and Hexadecimal (base 16).
An understanding of base systems is not a prerequisite to understand the video - the video is basic arithmetic, +, -, x, /.

For any unfamiliar and interested -
There is noting esoteric or difficult to understanding number base systems of counting and conversion from one base system to another.
Any introduction to gate logic will cover this subject.
The following link is example how number base counting systems are applied to and in technology - there is not time to review in detail an ideal beginner suitability course - however, the linked course will give an idea of what to look for on the internet and video sources for, perhaps, fuller introduction cover.
After the base systems the course will focus on binary application (page 20).
This is the jump off point - unless there is further interest in gate logic..

Sexagesimal (Base 60)
Sexagesimal works like clockwork!
There are no special codes, just the numbers 0 to 59, like we use with hours and minutes.

Number Bases Simplified

Nikola Tesla - basically responsible for the modern electrical (power) distribution grid - had a profound impact on the current electrical system, primarily through his contributions to the development and promotion of alternating current (AC) technology. Some of the key impacts of Tesla's work on the modern electrical system include:
  1. AC Power Distribution: Tesla's invention of the AC induction motor and his development of the AC distribution system revolutionized the transmission and distribution of electrical power. AC systems allowed for the efficient transmission of electricity over long distances, enabling the creation of centralized power plants that could serve large geographic areas.
  2. Widespread Adoption of Electricity: Tesla's AC system, championed by George Westinghouse, provided a more practical and efficient means of distributing electricity compared to Thomas Edison's direct current (DC) system. This facilitated the widespread adoption of electricity for lighting, heating, and powering machinery in homes, businesses, and industries.
  3. Hydroelectric Power: Tesla's AC system was instrumental in the development of hydroelectric power generation. AC generators could be used to efficiently convert the rotational energy of water turbines into electrical energy, making hydroelectric power a viable and economical source of electricity.
  4. Advancements in Electrical Engineering: Tesla's inventions and innovations, including the Tesla coil and various electrical components, contributed to advancements in electrical engineering and technology. His work laid the foundation for the development of modern power generation, transmission, and distribution systems.
  5. Tesla's Legacy: Tesla's ideas and inventions continue to inspire researchers, engineers, and inventors in the field of electrical engineering. His visionary concepts, such as wireless transmission of electricity and the development of high-voltage, high-frequency technologies, have influenced various areas of science and technology.
Overall, Tesla's contributions to the development of AC technology and his vision for the future of electricity have had a lasting impact on the modern electrical system, shaping the way electricity is generated, transmitted, and utilized around the world.
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