CSI1306 - CSI 1306F HOMEWORK 01 From Lecture 2 Hardware...

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CSI 1306F – HOMEWORK 01 From Lecture 2: “Hardware & Software” 1. Convert the following decimal numbers into Binary (base 2), Octal (base 8) and Hexadecimal (Base 16) Dec Bin Oct Hex 17 85 172 220 2. Convert the following numbers into their decimal equivalent: 110 2 – 110 3 – 110 5 – 110 8 – 110 16 3. Convert 345 8 to its binary representation 4. Draw the following directory structure: 1. From the root directory, I want to separate directories to store reports, memos, schedules and miscellaneous material. 2. I also want to be able to distinguish reports, memos and schedules between those I wrote and those written by others. 5. Add the following files to the directory structure: 1. Present1.ppt as miscellaneous 2. Present2.ppt as a report that I prepared 3. Present3.ppt as a report prepared by someone else 4. Forecast1.xls as a schedule that I prepared 5. Forecast2.xls as a schedule prepared by someone else 6. Document1.doc as a memo that I prepared 7. Document1.doc as a memo prepared by someone else
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This note was uploaded on 09/01/2010 for the course COMPUTER S CSI1306 taught by Professor Aziri during the Spring '10 term at University of Ottawa.

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CSI1306 - CSI 1306F HOMEWORK 01 From Lecture 2 Hardware...

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