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An enumeration is a complete, ordered listing of all the items in a collection. The term is
commonly used in mathematics and computer science to refer to a listing of all of the elements of a
set. The precise requirements for an enumeration depend on the discipline of study and the context
of a given problem. <https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Enumeration>

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Notes on the "Base Enumeration" Page:

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                Enumeration" page

Base (mathematics)


In mathematics, a base or radix is the number of different digits
 or combination of digits and letters that a system of counting uses to represent numbers.
 For example, the most common base used today is the decimal system.
 Because "dec" means 10, it uses the 10 digits from 0 to 9.
 Most people think that we most often use base 10 because we have 10 fingers.

A base can be any whole number bigger than 1.
 The base of a number may be written next to the number: for instance,
 238 means 23 in base 8 (which is equal to 19 in base 10).


Base 2:

Binary enumeration
Base 2 is represented by 1 to 7 numerical places
Base 3:
Base 3 enumeration
Base 3 is represented by 1 to 5 numerical places
Base 4:
Base 4 Enumeration
Base 4 is represented by 1 to 4 numerical places
Combined Bases 1:
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The first 15 numbers are represented in bases 2 - 4
Combined Bases 2:
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The Base 2, 3, and 4 images are combined -for comparison


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Number Spaces


Trevor Batten
 <trevor at tebatt dot net>
 Baclayon 2019