homework1 - 24 bits? 3. Obtain the following products in...

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Homework #1- Fall 2009 Due Friday September 18, 2009 by 16:00 in the Computer Eng. Dept. office (put into CS223 box) [Remember to put your name (and your partner's name if you choose to work with a homework partner), along with your student ID #(s) and section number(s), in the upper right hand corner of each page] 1. Perform the following conversion by using base 2 instead of base 10 as the intermediate base for the conversion. (a) 345.57 decimal to octal (b)B8E.F hexadecimal to octal (c) 427.5 octal to hexadecimal 2. What is the decimal number equivalent to the largest binary integer that can be realized using the following: a) 16 bits b)
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Unformatted text preview: 24 bits? 3. Obtain the following products in binary, by performing binary multiplication: a) 1111 x 1001 b) 1101 x 1010 c) 101101 x 011110 4. What bit position in an ASCII code must be complemented to change the ASCII letter represented from uppercase to lowercase and vice versa 5. Write your full name, letter by letter, using an 8-bit ASCII code. Include a space between names and a period after any initial. a) let the leftmost bit always be zero b) let the leftmost bit be chosen to produce even parity 6. Show the bit configuration that represents the decimal number 227 in (a) Binary (b) BCD (c) ASCII (d) Hexadecimal...
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