HW2903_1 - 2 to hexadecimal, assuming that it is a sign...

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ELEG 2903 / CENG 2113: HW#1 (due Tuesday, September 9) Each question is worth 1 point, for a total of 12 points. Show your work, and check your answers. 1a) Convert 245.357d to binary. Show 10 bits for the integer portion and 4 bits for the fractional portion. b) What is the absolute error and the percent error? 2) Convert 2AD.ECh to decimal. 3) Convert 596 10 to hexadecimal. 4) Convert 1001101001
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Unformatted text preview: 2 to hexadecimal, assuming that it is a sign magnitude number. 5) Convert the sign magnitude number, 110110110001 2 , to its 2 s complement equivalent. 6) A = 110101110b, B = 01011110b a) If A and B are unsigned integers, calculate A B. b) If A and B are 2 s complement integers, calculate A + B. c) If A and B are unsigned integers, calculate A B. 7) Problem 2.38 from the text....
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