Su09-jh-e1 - ECE 2030 Introduction to Computer Engineering EXAM#1 Page 1 of 7 Name Student Number 1 Check that your exam includes all 7 pages 2

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ECE 2030 -- Introduction to Computer Engineering EXAM #1 June 10, 2009 Page 1 of 7 Name: Student Number: 1. Check that your exam includes all 7 pages. 2. PRINT your name and student number in the spaces above. 3. Read all instructions and problems carefully. Points may be deducted for failure to follow instructions. 4. Show ALL of your work on these pages. If you need extra space for a particular problem, write on the back of the previous page. 5. You are NOT permitted to use notes, books, calculators, or other resources during this exam. 6. This exam lasts for 100 minutes. Point values are listed for each problem to assist you in best using your time. 7. Institute policy prohibits the posting of student grades using an identifiable key (name, student number, etc.). If you wish to have your scores posted on the course website so that you can check them, please sign on the line below and a random identification code will be assigned when the exam is returned. DO NOT WRITE IN THIS BOX SIGNATURE Problem 1. (20 points possible) Problem 2. (15 points possible) Problem 3. (20 points possible) Problem 4. (20 points possible) Problem 5. (25 points possible) TOTAL . (100 points possible)
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ECE 2030 -- Introduction to Computer Engineering EXAM #1 June 10, 2009 Page 2 of 7 Problem 1. (20 points) A. (8 points) Perform each of the following conversions. Write your answers in the boxes at the right edge. (i) Convert 101001011 2 to decimal. (ii) Convert 181 10 to binary. (iii) Convert 10101110 2 to octal. (iv) Convert 574 8 to decimal. (v) Convert 6D5 16 to binary. (vi) Convert 603 10 to hexadecimal. (vii) Convert B9C3 16 to octal. B. (12 points) In the blank in front of each expression in the left hand column, write the letter (P – Z) corresponding to the equivalent expression in the right hand column. Not all answers in the right hand column will be used and some may be used more than once. (i)
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This note was uploaded on 10/26/2011 for the course ECE 2030 taught by Professor Wolf during the Spring '07 term at Georgia Institute of Technology.

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