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Assignment on Computational Thinking * Required Email address * Name * Harvard ID Number * 8 digits What are you hoping to get out of CSCI S-1b? * Your answer What's the smallest decimal number that you can represent with 3 bits? 1 point Your answer What's the largest decimal number that you can represent with 3 bits? 1 point Your answer In lecture, we only discussed how to represent positive numbers (and zero) in binary, otherwise known as non-negative numbers. Propose how you could represent positive numbers, negative numbers, and zero alike in binary. Keep in mind that the only available symbols are 0 and 1, no minus symbol from our human world! You're welcome to Google if need be, but first give some thought to the problem with the proverbial engineering hat on! 2 points Your answer 01000001 01101110 01110011 01110111 01100101 01110010 00100000 01101001 01110011 00100000 00110100 00110010 00101110 1 point Your answer Write an algorithm (i.e., step-by-step instructions) for something you do every day. Assume that the algorithm will be executed a robot who,

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