381 HW 1 - since there are 24 le²ers of the Greek alphabet...

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CprE 381 Homework 1 Chi Hoe How Yanhao Zeng 2. (x-1)*(x^2+1) – Load X, mem1 – Load #1, mem2 – Sub mem1, mem2, mem3 – Multiple mem1, mem1, mem4 – Add mem2, mem4, mem5 – Multiple mem3, mem5,mem6 – Store Y, mem6 3. Y=2x^4+3x^3-3x^2+x-3 The initial values are marked with red color . 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 -3 0 43 216 657 1552 3135 5688 9541 1507 2 2270 7 3292 0 4623 3 3 43 173 441 895 1583 2553 3853 5533 7635 1021 3 1331 3 40 130 268 454 688 970 1300 1678 2104 2578 3100 90 138 186 234 282 330 378 426 474 522 48 48 48 48 48 48 48 48 48 48 48 48 48 4.
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5.435 base in 10 is equal to 1161 base in7 and it is also equal to 533 base in 9. 6.The binary value of the ASCII representation for "CprE381" is 01000011 01110000 01110010 01000101 00110011 00111000 00110001 7.Each letter of the alphabet, whether upper case or lower case, can be represented with 7bits,
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Unformatted text preview: since there are 24 le²ers of the Greek alphabet, so the total bits that are required to present the alphabet are 24*2*7=336 bits. 8.There were 17,468 vacuum tubes contained in ENIAC, the processor of my laptop is Intel Centrino T5800 @ 2.00 GHz processor, there are about 291 million transistors in this processor. 9. Verilog program for XOR gate: module xor (c,a,b); output c; input a,b; assign c=a^b; enmodule Verilog program for XNOR gate: module xnor (c,a,b); output c; input a,b; assign c=a~^b; enmodule...
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