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CS 33: COMPUTER ORGANIZATION Computer Science Department University of California, Los Angeles Dr. John A. Rohr Spring 2008 NUMBER BASE CONVERSION EXERCISES Convert the following binary numbers to decimal. 1. 11 9. 11011 17. 1010111 25. 1000100 33. 11000000 2. 1000 10. 100110 18. 1000001 26. 110101 34. 10101101 3. 1011 11. 101101 19. 1001110 27. 1011110 35. 10110100 4. 101 12. 100001 20. 1001000 28. 1101101 36. 10000000 5. 1111 13. 110110 21. 1 29. 1000000 37. 101111011 6. 10101 14. 110000 22. 1111111 30. 11001 38. 11111010 7. 10011 15. 101000 23. 1100000 31. 101010 39. 1000000000001 8. 10111 16. 111101 24. 1101011 32. 100000 40. 111111111111111 Convert the following octal numbers to decimal. 41. 5 42. 16 43. 345 44. 1752 45. 1800 Convert the following hexadecimal numbers to decimal. 46. A 47. BE 48. ABE 49. 14FG 50. BEAD Convert the following decimal numbers to binary. 51. 6 59. 31 67. 77 75. 117 83. 224 52. 13 60. 17 68. 55 76. 59 84. 153 53. 3 61. 42 69. 63 77. 108 85. 211 54. 27 62. 35
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