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### EE306 HW3_Solution

Course: EE 306, Fall 2007
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WORK HOME # 3 Due Date: October 29, 2007 Q1) (4.11) State the phases of the instruction cycle and briefly describe what operations occur in each phase. (a) Fetch: Get instruction from memory. Load address of next instruction in the Program Counter. (b) Decode: Find out what the instruction does. (c) Evaluate Address: Calculate address of the memory location that is needed to process the instruction (d) Fetch...

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