NT1110_ACHOATE_MOD3_LAB1 - NT1110 Module 4 Memory Storage...

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NT1110: Module 4 Memory, Storage and Numbering System Lab Converting Numbers to Various Numbering Systems In this lab, you will demonstrate the ability to work with decimal and hexadecimal numbers. Required Setup and Tools In this lab, you will need only paper and pencil to do the required work. However, the use of a calculator is permitted to verify the results of a calculation. The Windows calculator may be used for this purpose. Recommended Procedures Task 1: Convert Decimal Number into Binary Procedure 1. Convert the decimal number 125 into binary. Use the division-by-two method shown in the following example below. 125/2 = 62 Remainder 1 62/2 = 31 Remainder 0 31/2 = 15 Remainder1 15/2 = 7 Remainder 1 7/2 = 3 Remainder 1 3/2= 1 Remainder 1 1/2 = 0 Remainder 1 0/2 = 0 1111101 2. Convert your binary result back into decimal to prove your answer is correct. This is also shown in the following example. 125/2 = 62 R1 62/2 = 31 R0 1
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NT1110: Module 4 Memory, Storage and Numbering System Lab Converting Numbers to Various Numbering Systems 31/2 = 15 R1
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  • Spring '14
  • Binary numeral system, Positional notation, Decimal, Various Numbering Systems

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