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Carnegie Mellon University Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering 18-100 Fall 2007 Introduction to Electrical and Computer Engineering Homework 9 - Due Tuesday, November 20 NOTE: These problem numbers are all from the REVISED problems for Chapter 10 that have been posted to the blackboard. DO NOT USE THE PROBLEMS STRAIGHT OUT OF YOUR TEXTBOOK! You need to download the .pdf file from the webpage prior to doing this set. If you will not be in class on Tuesday to turn in your homework, please give it to someone beforehand to turn in for you, or turn it in to me (slide it under my door) before you leave for Thanksgiving break! 1. a) Convert the following base 10 (decimal) numbers into base 2 (binary) and base 16
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Unformatted text preview: (hexadecimal) numbers. (show your work). i) (674) 10 ii) (7932) 10 b) Convert the following base 2 (binary) numbers into base 10 (decimal) and base 16 (hexadecimal) numbers. (show your work) i) (11100101) 2 ii) (1001010011110111) 2 2. Problem 10.9 (you can just print out this table from the PDF of Chap. 10 problems and fill it in and hand it in if you like, rather than re-drawing it) 3. Problem 10.10 4. Problem 10.16 5. Problem 10.17 In this problem, you will need to implement the two-level NAND representation by using the truth table given next to the circuit diagram, not the circuit diagram itself. 6. Problem 10.6 7. Problem 10.3 8. Problem 10.5...
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• Fall '07
• Williams
• Binary numeral system, Positional notation, Decimal, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, ) numbers.

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