EE 105 Lecture 9-10-13 SG3(1)

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Unformatted text preview: r 13 Divide both sides by two. Remember: To divide a binary number by two, you only have to shift the decimal point to the left by one bit. 6.5 = b3b2b1.b0 If the result on the left ends with “.5”, then the rightmost unknown bit is a “1”. So b1 = 1. If the result on the left ends with “0”, then the rightmost unknown bit should be a “0”. If the number ends with “.5”, subtract 0.5 from it, for example, 6.5 – 0.5 = 6 (we have already accounted for the “.5” with the binary bit “1” above). Then continue the former process, until you find al...
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