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Discussion Session 1 1.1 Convert to hexadecimal and then to binary (a) 757.25 10 757 / 16 = 47 R=5 47/16 = 2 R=15=F 2/16 = 0 R=2 2F5 0.25 * 16 = 4.0 .4 (2F5.40) 16 0010 1111 0101 . 0100 0000 (b) 123.17 10 123 / 16 = 7 R=11=B 7 / 16 = 0 R=7 7B 0.17 * 16 = 2.72 0.72 * 16 = 11.52 (7B.2B) 16 0111 1011 . 0010 1011 (c) 356.89 356 / 16 = 22 R=4 22 / 16 = 1 R=6 1 / 16 = 0 R=1 164 .89 * 16 = 14.24 .24 * 16 = 3.84 (164.E3) 16 0001 0110 0100 . 1110 0011 (d) 1063.5 10 1063 / 16 = 66 R=7 66 / 16 = 4 R=2 4 / 16 = 0 R=4 427 .5 * 16 = 8.00 (427.8) 16 0100 0010 0111 . 1000 1.2 Convert to octal. Convert to hexadecimal and then convert both of your answers to decimal, and verify that they are the same. a. (111010110001.011) 2 (EB1.6) 16 = 14*16 2 + 11*16 1 + 1*16 0 + 6*16 -1 = (3761.375) 10 (7261.3) 8 = 7*8 3 + 2*8 2 + 6*8 3 + 1*8 0 + 3*8 -1 = (3761.375) 10
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1.3 Convert to base 6: 3BA.25 14 (do all of the arithmetic in decimal). (3BA.25)
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This note was uploaded on 10/28/2010 for the course EEN 304 taught by Professor Nigeljohn during the Spring '10 term at University of Miami.

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