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CSE 227Practice Question Set 11CSE 227Practice Questions Set -11.BINARY SYSTEMS & LOGICa)What is a bit, nibble and byte?b)Convert the following numbers to decimal (show your working)i)110012ii)1011012iii)1010101112iv)1010.0112v)1001001.0112vi)121213vii)1032.24viii)19812c)Convert the following numbers into binary (show your working)i)2510ii)12710iii)34310iv)0.687510v)215.7510d)Convert the following numbers to octal and hexal numbersi)10110001101011.1111000001102ii)11010111.1102e)Perform the following arithmetic operations in binary (show your working):i)1010 + 1101ii)1011 + 111iii)1111 − 1010iv)1110 − 101v)1101 × 101f)Obtain the 2’s and 1’scompliment of the following binary numbers:i)1011002ii)0.01102iii)10101012iv)01110002g)Obtain the 10’s and 9’s compliment of thefollowing decimal numbers:v)5252010vi)0.326710vii)25.63910viii)1357910h)Using 2’s compliment, perform the following subtraction (show your working):25610− 13510What is the reason for using r’s or r-1’s compliment for subtraction?
CSE 227Practice Question Set 12i)Draw a simple model of a digital system.

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Logic, Boolean Algebra, Boolean function, Logical connective

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