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CPEG202 Quiz 1 Take todays date (ex February 1 st = 201, February 10 th = 210) and convert it to binary. Subtract the value 111 from it showing both the ones and two's Complement. Convert the difference to hexadecimal. Show all work. Credit only given if work is shown. (1 pt) Today's Date: ____________________ (2 pt) Today's Date in Binary: ________________________ (2 pt) One's Complement: ___________________________ (2 pt) Two's Complement: ____________________________ (2 pt) Difference in binary: _______________________________ (1 pt) Difference in Hexadecimal: ____________________________ For the one's and two's complement, we were looking for them to show the steps of the subtraction. They were suppose to subtract using the two's complement, thus in doing so, one should see both the ones and twos complement. NOTE: In my session I noticed the one's complement was incorrectly taken by many. Instead of
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Unformatted text preview: 11111000 they simply put 000. If this occurs, they should loose a point for the one's complement, but not be penalized if they carried their mistake through to the two's complement. Carrying mistakes should not be punished on this quiz. Tuesday Discussion: Today's Date: 219 Today's Date in Binary: 11011011 One's Complement: 11111000 Two's Complement: 11111001 Difference in binary: 11010100 Difference in Hexadecimal: D4 Wednesday Discussion: Today's Date: 220 Today's Date in Binary: 11011100 One's Complement: 11111000 Two's Complement: 11111001 Difference in binary: 11010101 Difference in Hexadecimal: D5 Thursday Discussion: Today's Date: 221 Today's Date in Binary: 11011101 One's Complement: 11111000 Two's Complement: 11111001 Difference in binary: 11010110 Difference in Hexadecimal: D6...
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This note was uploaded on 05/19/2008 for the course CPEG 202 taught by Professor Buma during the Spring '08 term at University of Delaware.

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