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Homework1 - 16 and(bc 16 c(101001 2 and(100101 2 5 Multiply...

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Digital Logic Homework University of Information Technology - Computer Engineering Faculty Page 1 Homework1 1. What is the decimal equivalent of the largest binary integer that can be obtained with ( a ) 16 bits and ( b ) 24 bits? 2. Convert the following binary numbers to decimal: ( a ) 1010010, ( b ) 10101010.101, and ( c ) 10100110. 3. Convert the following decimal numbers to hexadecimal: ( a ) 1492, ( b ) 1215, and ( c ) 1066. 4. Add and subtract the following numbers without converting to decimal: ( a ) (234) 8 and (471) 8 ( b ) (a63)
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Unformatted text preview: 16 and (bc) 16 ( c ) (101001) 2 and (100101) 2 . 5. Multiply the following numbers without converting to decimal. . ( a ) (12) 8 and (34) 8 ( b ) (101010) 2 and (11101) 2 . 6. A computer represents information in groups of 48 bits. How many different integers can be represented in ( a ) binary, ( b ) BCD, and ( c ) 8-bit ASCII, using all 48 bits in a word? 7. What pattern of bits is used to represent the integer 237 ( a ) in binary notation ( b ) in BCD notation ( c ) in ASCII notation?...
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