# Hex Calculator

Our seamless calculator allows you to perform all kinds of calculations with hexadecimal numbers for free. Add, divide, subtract, and multiply values in a blink!

## Hexadecimal calculator. Add, subtract, multiply, or divide hex numbers

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## Overview of our free hex calculator

Our hexadecimal calculator is an easy-to-use tool for anyone looking to streamline their calculations. Whether you're a student or a working professional, we can help you conduct all kinds of operations with hexadecimal values in a breeze. Avoid errors and save time when dealing with hexadecimal. And the best part? Our quick calculation aid won't cost you a penny.

On top of that, our calculator offers a wide range of functions. Add, subtract, multiply, and divide hexadecimal values without extra hassle. Convert from hex to decimal and vice versa. Instant and accurate results guaranteed!

### Hex addition calculator

Our smart calculator simplifies hex addition, delivering accurate results in an instant. The rules for adding hexadecimals are basically the same as for decimals. The only difference is the numerals A, B, C, D, E, and F. When dealing with values greater than 9, it is recommended to use our hexadecimal to decimal converter for convenience.

Here's an example of adding hex values:

Here, B + 8 is 11 + 8 = 19 in decimal. 19 in decimal is 13 in hex. Same as in decimal addition, 1 carries over to the next column. The next column is 1 + A (10) + 7 = 18 (decimal), which is 12 in hex. Carrying over 1 to the next column, we get 1 + 8 + B (11) = 20 (decimal), or 14 (hex). Thus, the final result is 1423.

### Hex subtraction calculator

Hex subtraction is in many ways similar to hex addition, as you need to convert hex to decimal, too. The biggest difference between these two operations is borrowing. Here, the borrowed "1" represents 16 decimal instead of 10 decimal because the column that's being borrowed from is 16 times larger than the borrowing one.

For example:

In the first column, C (12 decimal) is smaller than F (15 decimal). As such, we need to borrow from the next column. Thus, the D is reduced to C and lends 1 (16 decimal) to the next column. 16 (decimal) + 12 (decimal) - 15 (decimal) = 13 (decimal), or D. Moving on to the next column, C - A = 12 (decimal) - 10 (decimal) = 2. 5 - 3 = 2, resulting in the final value being 22D.

### Hex multiplication explained

Hex multiplication is a more difficult operation since it requires conversions between hex and decimals for each step, and the numerals are larger. We recommend using our hexadecimal converter or a hex multiplication table for this kind of calculation.

Here's an example of hex multiplication:

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### Hex division calculator

Hex division is identical to division in decimal. The only difference is you need to convert hex to decimal, perform long division in decimal, and convert back once the operation is complete. To simplify this tricky calculation, we advise using a hex multiplication table or opting for our smart online calculator.

Here's an example of the division of hexadecimal values. In this case, all the calculations are made in hex.