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Unformatted text preview: If no, explain why not. c. (9 points) Does your language have to include every data type that is supported by the ISA? Why or why not? 3 Question 3 (25 points total) For an 8bit representation a. (5 points) What is the range of unsigned values that can be stored? b. (5 points) What is the range of two’s complement values that can be stored? c. (5 points) Show the two’s complement representation of 47 4 d. (5 points) Show the two’s complement representation for 97 – 64 e. (5 points) Show the two’s complement representation for 79 + 86 5 Question 4 (25 pts) Assume we have a 10bit architecture that uses IEEE floating point with s=1, k=4 and n=5. All of the rules for normalized numbers, denormalized numbers, and special cases are the same. As before, all numbers are represented in the form: V = (1) S x M x 2 E Translate the following 10bit floating point number into decimal and show the binary and decimal values for E, e, M, f and S. 1 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 1 1...
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This note was uploaded on 10/03/2008 for the course CS 350 taught by Professor Hood during the Spring '08 term at Illinois Tech.
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