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ECE314sp07_HW1_solution

ECE314sp07_HW1_solution - ECE/CS 314 Spring 2007 Homework 1...

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ECE/CS 314 Spring 2007 Homework 1 Due Tuesday, Feb 6, 2007 before 10:00pm EST (so you can get some sleep) Homework Submission Policies 1. Show your work where appropriate. 2. Homework Assignments are done individually without calculators . 3. Homework must be typed and submitted in plain text or PDF format. No scanned PDF (or scanned ANYTHING) allowed. 4. All homework should be submitted through CMS. Under no circumstances should a submission be made by sending the completed assignments to a course staff by email, unless explicitly requested. (Make sure you are signed up for the class on CMS BEFORE the submission deadline.) 5. In general, late submissions will not be graded. However, if CMS is down prior to a deadline, please contact the course staff BEFORE the deadline and make a submission when the system is back up (it will not be penalized). 6. Questions may be directed to the ECE/CS 314 consultants and the newsgroup (as always). Instruction and Data Representation (50 points) 1. Bits have no inherent meaning how the machine interprets them depends on how they are used. Given the bit pattern : (15 points) 1000 0100 0110 0101 0000 0000 0000 1000 What does it represent, assuming it is: -2,073,755,640 a. a two’s complement integer? (5 points) 2,221,211,656 b. an unsigned integer? (5 points) lh $a1, 8($v1) c. a MIPS instruction? (5 points)
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