Practice7_3332

# Practice7_3332 - German University in Cairo Faculty of...

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German University in Cairo Faculty of Media Engineering and Technology Prof. Dr. Slim Abdennadher Introduction to Computer Science , Winter Term 2009-2010 Practice Assignment 7 Discussion: 5.12.2009 - 10.12.2009 Exercise 7-1 What would be the ranges of numbers that can be represented by sign / magnitude, 1's complement, and 2's complement using the following number of bits: 3 bits 8 bits 10 bits Justify your answer. Exercise 7-2 Show how the decimal number - 22 . 246 is stored in a computer that uses 16 bits to represent real numbers ( 10 for the mantissa and 6 for the exponent, both including the sign bit). Show your work as indicated below. a) Show the binary representation of the decimal number - 22 . 246 . b) Show the binary number in normalized scienti c notation. c) Show how the binary number will be stored in the 16 bits below. Sign of Mantissa Sign of Exponent mantissa exponent 1 bit 9 bits 1 bit 5 bits Exercise 7-3 Assume that our computer stores decimal numbers using 16 bits 10 bits for a

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