Dale - Computer Science Illuminated 74

Dale - Computer Science Illuminated 74 - 11. Convert the...

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Exercises 47 4. How many ones are there in 891 if it is a number in each of the following bases? a. base 10 d. base 13 b. base 8 e. base 16 c. base 12 5. Express 891 as a polynomial in each of the bases in Exercise 4. 6. Convert the following numbers from the base shown to base 10. a. 111 (base 2) d. 777 (base 16) b. 777 (base 8) e. 111 (base 8) c. FEC (base 16) 7. Explain how base 2 and base 8 are related. 8. Explain how base 8 and base 16 are related. 9. Expand the table on page 40 to include the decimal numbers from 11 through 16. 10. Expand the table in Exercise 9 to include hexadecimal numbers.
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Unformatted text preview: 11. Convert the following octal numbers to binary. a. 766 d. 142 b. 101 e. 889 c. 202 12. Convert the following binary numbers to octal. a. 111110110 d. 1100010 b. 1000001 e. 111000111 c. 010000010 13. Convert the following binary numbers to hexadecimal. a. 111110110 b. 1000001 c. 010000010 d. 1100010 e. 111000111 14. Convert the following octal numbers to hexadecimal. a. 777 b. 605 c. 443 d. 521 e. 1 15. Convert the following decimal numbers to octal. a. 901 b. 321 c. 1492 d. 1066 e. 2001...
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