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# Assignment_07_Numbers - How many bits are stored on one...

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E85.1801 Fundamentals of Music Technology Instructor: Juan P. Bello Assignment #7, Number systems and conversion Below are several number conversion problems. Solve these problems showing your work. Bring your papers to the demonstration session on the 3 rd of December 2009 @ 4:55pm in studio F. Conversion: Convert your NYU ID Number to BCD (Binary Coded Decimal) Convert your NYU ID Number and Net ID to ascii (hint a = 97, z = 122, 0 =48, 9 = 57) Convert the above ascii values to hexadecimal Convert the above hexadecimal values to binary Convert the number of days in a week to binary. Convert the number of days in a month to hexadecimal Convert the number of days in a year to binary Convert the number of days in a year to decimal Bit Depth:
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Unformatted text preview: How many bits are stored on one second of an audio CD (red book specification)? How many bits do you need to represent a chromatic scale? A Major Scale? How many bits do you need to represent all the notes on a concert grand piano? How many bits would you need to represent the range of frequencies (as an integer value) perceived by the human auditory system? 4 bits can represent 16 values, for example integers between 0-15 inclusive. What values would 6 bits be able to represent if the minimum and maximum represented values were still 0 and 15. Arithmetic: Binary: 0111 + 0001 = ___________ 1001 + 0011 = ___________ 1110 - 1001 = ___________ Hexidecimal: 1A + 2B = ___________ 23 + AF = ___________ CC – AA = ___________...
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