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Running head: UNIT 1 ASSIGNMENT 1 Unit 1 Assignment Kaplan University Online IT 322 Principles of Information Architecture Professor David Lecomte December 7, 2016

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UNIT 1 ASSIGNMENT 2 Part 1: Discuss a Minimum of Three Conversion Methods Base Range Method: Range=Base^n The base range method is one way to covert numbers of different bases. The equation is Range=Base^n. The power is incremented by the digit position from right to left; the base of the number represents a weight of B to a power starting with B0. B0 has a weight of one for any number base. In order to determine the decimal equivalent for any number in any base is by multiplying each digit by the weight in the given base corresponding to the position of the digit for that number. Example: Binary number 10011 to decimal would be 19 10011 = 1*2^4 (= 16) + 0*2^3 (= 0) + 0*2^2 (= 0) + 1*2^1 (=2) + 1*2^0 (= 1) = 19 Arithmetic Table: In order to create a base table, one must identify the base of the number system and create the first row and column, starting with the second cell of the table with numbers starting from 0 and increment by 1 up to the number of the base, ie., if the base is 8 then the table’s first row and column, starting with the second cell, will start with 0 and count up 8 places up to the number 7. The first cell of the table will contain the arithmetic operation. If the value of the number of a cell in the ones column exceeds the value of the base the value of the number in the tens place will be incremented by one, ie., in a base 3 table 3+2=5 (base 10) = 11 (base 3) and 3x3 = 9 (base 10) = 21. In order to simplify conversion from one number base to another it is wise to use an
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