recitation_week_2 - (b) a=10111011, b=00111111 (c)...

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1. Find the decimal representation of the following binary numbers (regarded as unsigned integers) (a) 110010 (b) 101100 (c) 111101 [50, 44, 61] 2. Find the binary representation in 6 bits of the following decimal integers: (a) 28 (b) 45 (c) 62 [011100, 101101, 111110] 3. a and b are two unsigned binary numbers in 8 bits. Do addition in binary for (a) a=00111010, b=01100111 (b) a=01001111, b=00011001 (c) a=00101100, b=01000111 [10100001, 01101000, 01110011] 4. a and b are two unsigned binary numbers in 8 bits. Do subtraction for (a) a=01110011, b=00011111
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Unformatted text preview: (b) a=10111011, b=00111111 (c) a=11110110, b=11000011 [01100100, 01111100, 00110011] 5. Find the binary representation of the following negative numbers in 8 bits: (a) -89 (b) -43 (c) -127 [10100111, 11010101, 1000001] 6. Find the binary representation of the following positive numbers (use minimum number of bits): (a) 4.25 (b) 12.375 (c) 9.875 [100.01, 1100.011, 1001.111] 7. Find the floating point representation of the following numbers in hex form: (a) 4.25 (b) 12.375 (c) 9.875 [40880000, 41460000,411e0000]...
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