decimal | base 6 |
---|---|

0 | 0 |

1 | 1 |

2 | 2 |

3 | 3 |

4 | 4 |

5 | 5 |

6 | 10 |

7 | 11 |

8 | 12 |

9 | 13 |

decimal | base 6 |
---|---|

10 | 14 |

11 | 15 |

12 | 20 |

13 | 21 |

14 | 22 |

15 | 23 |

16 | 24 |

17 | 25 |

18 | 30 |

19 | 31 |

decimal | base 6 |
---|---|

20 | 32 |

21 | 33 |

22 | 34 |

23 | 35 |

24 | 40 |

25 | 41 |

26 | 42 |

27 | 43 |

28 | 44 |

29 | 45 |

decimal | base 6 |
---|---|

30 | 50 |

31 | 51 |

32 | 52 |

33 | 53 |

34 | 54 |

35 | 55 |

36 | 100 |

37 | 101 |

38 | 102 |

39 | 103 |

- Senary (base 6) to Base 10
- Senary (base 6) to Base 11
- Senary (base 6) to Base 12
- Senary (base 6) to Base 13
- Senary (base 6) to Base 14
- Senary (base 6) to Base 15
- Senary (base 6) to Base 16
- Senary (base 6) to Base 17
- Senary (base 6) to Base 18
- Senary (base 6) to Base 19
- Senary (base 6) to Base 2
- Senary (base 6) to Base 20
- Senary (base 6) to Base 21
- Senary (base 6) to Base 22
- Senary (base 6) to Base 23
- Senary (base 6) to Base 24
- Senary (base 6) to Base 25
- Senary (base 6) to Base 26
- Senary (base 6) to Base 27
- Senary (base 6) to Base 28
- Senary (base 6) to Base 29
- Senary (base 6) to Base 3
- Senary (base 6) to Base 30
- Senary (base 6) to Base 31
- Senary (base 6) to Base 32
- Senary (base 6) to Base 33
- Senary (base 6) to Base 34
- Senary (base 6) to Base 35
- Senary (base 6) to Base 36
- Senary (base 6) to Base 4
- Senary (base 6) to Base 5
- Senary (base 6) to Base 6
- Senary (base 6) to Base 7
- Senary (base 6) to Base 8
- Senary (base 6) to Base 9
- Senary (base 6) to Binary (base 2)
- Senary (base 6) to Decimal
- Senary (base 6) to Duodecimal (base 12)
- Senary (base 6) to Hexadecimal (base 16)
- Senary (base 6) to Hexatrigesimal (base 36)
- Senary (base 6) to Octal (base 8)
- Senary (base 6) to Quaternary (base 4)
- Senary (base 6) to Quinary (base 5)
- Senary (base 6) to Ternary (base 3)
- Senary (base 6) to Hexadecimal (base 16)

The **senary** numeral system (also known as base-6 or heximal) has six as its base. It has been adopted independently by a small number of cultures. Like decimal, it is a semiprime, though being the product of the only two consecutive numbers that are both prime (2 and 3) it has a high degree of mathematical properties for its size. As six is a superior highly composite number, many of the arguments made in favor of the duodecimal system also apply to this base-6.