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ECSE-2660 Computer Architecture, Networks, & Operating Systems, Spring 2001 Page 1 of 3 Activity #01 (solutions) Last Name First Name Student ID Number 1.1 1.2 Total Grader Initials 50 points 50 points 100 points Activity 1.1 (First hour) A. (5 points) Administrative matters 1. (3 points) Click on course syllabus, and note the course pre-requisites. Check off the boxes that apply to you: I took ECSE 2610 (Computer Components and Operations) I took LITEC I took CSCI-2500 (Computer Organization) Other (please see your instructor immediately) Grading: 5 points for any answer. 0 pts for no answer. Please hand the activities marked “other” to Prof. Roysam after grading. 2. (2 points) Do you have a learning disability that your instructor should be aware of? Nope. Yes, I have one. Please contact your instructor immediately for further guidance. Grading: 5 points for any answer. 0 pts for no answer. Please hand the activities marked “yes” to Prof. Roysam after grading. B. (30 points) Recap of binary number representation Grading policy for all questions: 2 pts for trying, 5 pts for correct answer. 1. (5 points) 77 10 = 0100 1101 2 = 115 8 = 4D 16 2. (5 points) 0110 0100 2 = 100 10 = 144 8 = 64 16 3. (5 points) -23 10 = __ 1110 1001 __(eight-bit, two’s complement) 4. (5 points) If you add 77 10 , and –23 10 using 8-bit two’s complement arithmetic, do you get an overflow? Nope – we can never get an overflow adding numbers with opposite signs. 5. (5 points) What is the largest unsigned number that can be represented using 32 bits?___ 2 32 -1___ 10 6. (5 points)What is the result of performing an arithmetic right shift on the 8-bit number representing -23 10 ?
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