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CEG/EE 260 HW #1 Winter2010 Due Jan. 13th, 2010 (Wednesday), Beginning of Class The answers should be written or printed clearly. There will be penalty on answers that are difficult to read. 1. 1. (20 points) What is the period of a 20 KHz square wave? What is the period of a 250 KHz square wave in micro-second? 1. (15 points) Number Conversion (Show your work). (1) 53.375 10 = ? 2 , 81.3125 10 = ? 2 (2) 1101101 2 = ? 10 . (3) 111011.11 2 = ? 10 . (4) 10101110.101 2 = ? 16 . (5). 11110.11 2 = ? 16 . (6). 1010101.101 2 = ? 10 . (7) F3C.A 16 = ? 10, F3C.A 16 = ? 2 2. (10 points) List the binary, octal, and hexadecimal numbers from 0 to 31.
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Unformatted text preview: 3. (10 points) What is the exact number of bits in a memory that contains (a) 96K bits; (b) 24M bits; (c) 8G bits? 4. (10 points) What is the decimal equivalent of the largest binary integer that can be obtained with (a) 11bits. (b) 25bits 6. (10 points) Perform the indicated operations using unsigned magnitude binary numbers. Is there an overflow occurring for each computation? (1) (10011) 2 + (00011) 2 (2) (01011) 2 + (11100) 2 (3) (11001) 2 - (10111) 2...
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