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If 1. the following scheme is used to represent real numbers: computer A: computer B: 1 bit sign, 7 bits mantissa, 4 bits exponent 1 bit sign, 8 bits mantissa, 3 bits exponent Then computer A can represent real numbers with __less___ precision and __more___ range than computer B. 2. This gate is equivalent to ___AND__ gate. 3. If A XOR B = C, then: a) A XOR C = B b) B XOR C = A c) A XOR B XOR C = 0 d) All of the...

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