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# HW5key[1] - CSE/EEE230 Fall 2007 Homework 5 Due December 4...

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CSE/EEE230 Fall 2007 Homework 5 Due December 4, 2007 Be sure to check your book to determine for the correct question. Parts of the questions from the text are provided. 6. There are two types of parity: even and odd. A binary word with even parity and no errors will have an even number of 1s in it, while a word with odd parity and no errors will have an odd number of 1s in it. Assuming even parity and 8-bit words, show how CSE230 is stored as a C string. char binary hex C 11000011 CB S 01010011 53 E 11000101 C5 2 10110010 B2 3 00110011 33 0 00110000 30 /0 00000000 00 7. Complete question 8.15 from the text. Use a word = 4 bytes for this problem: a. If a system uses even parity and the word 0111 is read from the disk… 8.15 a. Not necessarily, there could be a single-bit error or a triple-bit error. b. No. Parity only specifies whether an error is present, not which bit the error is in. c. No. There could be a double-bit error or the word could be correct. 8. Complete question 9.16 from the text. A program repeatedly performs a three- step process…

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