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ECE 190 Homework 1 Fall 2010 Complete all parts of the following problems from the textbook: 1.13 , 1.19 , 2.8 , 2.10 , 2.17 , 2.18 , 2.30 , 2.37 , 2.47 , 2.52 . In addition, solve the following 5 problems: 1. Give the binary representation using 12 bits of the follow positive integers: 13, 23, 77, 1025. Now express these numbers in hexadecimal notation. 2. Give the binary representation using 12 bits in 2's complement of −13, −23, −77, −1025. Now express these numbers in hexadecimal notation. 3. The following binary numbers are 4- bit 2’s complement binary numbers. Which of the following additions produce overflow? a . 0011 + 1100 b . 0011 + 1101 c . 1111 + 0001 d . 0101 + 1011 4. The number Pi is transcendental, which implies that an infinite number of bits are required to represent it
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Unformatted text preview: exactly. If Pi is represented using IEEE standard 32-bit floating point notation, what is the accuracy of that representation. In other words, give a close upper bound on how much the true value of Pi differs from the value represented in the floating point representation. 5. If an integer (positive or negative) N is represented in binary, then to obtain -N in one's complement, all you need to do is XOR with a particular number. What is that number? This homework is due on Wednesday September 1 st at 5pm promptly. It should be deposited in the ECE 190 dropbox in Everitt Lab. We will post solutions sometime thereafter, so late homeworks will not be accepted. No exceptions to this rule will be given....
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