Tutorial Set 1A - EE2006: Digital Design EE2006: Digital...

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EE2006: Digital Design 1 EE2006: Digital Design Tutorial Questions (Part 1) (Self-study Questions: 1, 3) Number systems 1. (a) Convert the hexadecimal number A59.FCE to binary. (b) Convert the decimal number 1400.16 to hexadecimal. (c) Convert the binary number 101011100.000111 into octal. (d) Convert the decimal number 166.34 into binary. (e) Convert the 8421 BCD number 0100011000100011 into decimal. (f) (62) x - (26) x = (34) x . Identify x . 2. Compute the number of bytes addressed in a memory with following ranges (a) Start: 0x3000, End: 0x4FFF (b) Start: 0x4000, End: 0x533F 3. Compute the end address of a memory with 13Kbytes of data starting at 0x6000. 4. Convert the following decimal numbers into 8-bit signed magnitude representations: (a) +127 (b) -0 (c) -55 5. Convert the following signed decimal numbers into 10 bit 1’s complement representations. (a) 43 (b) -1 (c) -128 6. Convert the following 2s complement numbers to their signed decimal equivalents: (a) 01111001 (b) 11111111 (c) 10000 (d) 10000001 7. (a) What is the ordinary 8 bit binary equivalent of the decimal number 250?
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This note was uploaded on 01/08/2011 for the course EE 2006 taught by Professor Dr. during the Spring '10 term at National University of Singapore.

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