Number Systems HW WK4

Number Systems HW WK4 - (a) 103 = 0000000001100111 (b) -177...

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Kenneth O’Malley Computer Concepts Homework on Number System 2/10/2010 1. Convert decimal number 2279: (a) Base 2 - 100011100111 (b) Base 8 - 4347 (c) Base16 - 8E7 2. Add these hexadecimal numbers ABDF + CFAE: (a) ABDF + CFAE = 17B8D 3. Subtract these hexadecimal numbers EA296 – BDEF (a) EA296 – BDEF = DE4A7 4. Convert this binary number to base 10 and base 16. 1111011111001100: (a) 63436 (b) F7CC 5. Change the following decimal numbers to 16-bit two’s complement integer.
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Unformatted text preview: (a) 103 = 0000000001100111 (b) -177 = 1111111101001111 6. Change the following 8-bit twos complement number to decimal: (a) 11111100 = -4 7. Change the following 8-bit ones complement numbers into decimal: (a) 01100011 = 99 (b) 10000100 = 132 8. Change the following 8-bit sign-and-magnitude number to decimal: 10110100 (a) 10110100 = -52...
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This note was uploaded on 04/23/2010 for the course CISY- 103-9 taught by Professor Reddy during the Spring '10 term at Raritan.

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