Dale - Computer Science Illuminated 75

Dale - Computer Science Illuminated 75 - a. 1110011 + 11001...

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48 Chapter 2 Binary Values and Number Systems 16. Convert the following decimal numbers to binary. a. 45 b. 69 c. 1066 d. 99 e. 1 17. Convert the following decimal numbers to hexadecimal. a. 1066 b. 1939 c. 1 d. 998 e. 43 18. If you were going to represent numbers in base 18, what symbols might you use to represent the decimal numbers 10 through 17 other than letters? 19. Convert the following decimal numbers to base 18 using the symbols you suggested in Exercise 18. a. 1066 b. 99099 c. 1 20. Perform the following binary additions.
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Unformatted text preview: a. 1110011 + 11001 b. 1111111 + 11111 c. 1010101 + 10101 21. Perform the following octal additions. a. 770 + 665 b. 101 + 707 c. 202 + 667 22. Perform the following hexadecimal additions. a. 19AB6 + 43 b. AE9 + F c. 1066 + ABCD 23. Perform the following binary subtractions. a. 1100111 ± 111 b. 1010110 ± 101 c. 1111111 ± 111 24. Perform the following octal subtractions. a. 1066 ± 776 b. 1234 ± 765 c. 7766 ± 5544...
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