Quiz_01aae_floatingp - 01.05.1 Multiple-Choice Test Chapter 01.05 Floating Point Representation 1 A hypothetical computer stores real numbers in

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Unformatted text preview: 01.05.1 Multiple-Choice Test Chapter 01.05 Floating Point Representation 1. A hypothetical computer stores real numbers in floating point format in 8-bit words. The first bit is used for the sign of the number, the second bit for the sign of the exponent, the next two bits for the magnitude of the exponent, and the next four bits for the magnitude of the mantissa. The number 718 . 2 ≅ e in the 8-bit format is (A) 00010101 (B) 00011010 (C) 00010011 (D) 00101010 2. A hypothetical computer stores real numbers in floating point format in 8-bit words. The first bit is used for the sign of the number, the second bit for the sign of the exponent, the next two bits for the magnitude of the exponent, and the next four bits for the magnitude of the mantissa. The number that 2 ) 10100111 ( represented in the above given 8-bit format is (A)-5.75 (B)-2.875 (C)-1.75 (D)-0.359375 3. A hypothetical computer stores floating point numbers in 8-bit words. The first bit is used for the sign of the number, the second bit for the sign of the exponent, the next...
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Quiz_01aae_floatingp - 01.05.1 Multiple-Choice Test Chapter 01.05 Floating Point Representation 1 A hypothetical computer stores real numbers in

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