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Name:Brynnley TompkinsDate:8/25/21Section:CSCI 10Chapter 2: Binary Values and Number Systems.Exercise (20): 2, 7, 11, 16, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 28, 29, 31, 32, 33, 34, 37, 39,41, 42, and 43 on pages: 50—532.) What is a natural number, a negative of a natural number, or zero? C, Integer Number1 1 17.) 1010101 + 10101 binary addition : 1010101+10101= 1010101+ 101011101010
11.) 1010110- 101 1010110 Binary Subtraction- 1011010001
16.) Two hexadecimal digits cannot be stored in one byte: True
21.) How many ones are there in 891 if it is a number in each of the following bases?:a.) 891 onesb.) cannot be a base 8 because it has the number 9 in the number 891
22.) Express 891 as a polynomial in each of the bases:891 as a polynomial for: bases 10, 8, 12, 13, 16:a.) Base 10: 8 x 10^2 + 9 x 10^1 + 1 x 10^0 = 800 + 90 + 1 = 891b.) Base 8: ( would not actually be able to use this base to get the correct answer due to thefact that a 9 is present in 891 but this is how it would be written): 8 x 8^2 + 9 x 8^1 + 1 x 8^0

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Spring
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John
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Binary numeral system, Natural number, 2 digits, following bases