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Intro Ungraded Quiz 1. Count the numbers from decimal 1 to 20, in binary, octal, and hexadecimal. 2. Add the following unsigned binary numbers: 010 and 011. Subtract 010 from 110 (both unsigned binary numbers). 3. How many different combinations can be held in a 2-bit number? A 4-bit number? An 8-bit number? 4. What are the smallest and largest decimal values for a 4-bit number?...

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Intro Ungraded Quiz 1. Count the numbers from decimal 1 to 20, in binary, octal, and hexadecimal. 2. Add the following unsigned binary numbers: 010 and 011. Subtract 010 from 110 (both unsigned binary numbers). 3. How many different combinations can be held in a 2-bit number? A 4-bit number? An 8-bit number? 4. What are the smallest and largest decimal values for a 4-bit number? A 7-bit number? A 10-bit number? 5. For an 8-bit signed integer, is what the smallest (largest negative) number that can be held, and what is the largest positive number that can be held? Are there an equal number of positive and negative numbers that can be represented? 6. If I add a bit position to an unsigned integer, I double the number of po...

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