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Unformatted text preview: 7 +2 6 +2 3 +2 1 128+64+8+2= 202 d. 10010010 2 7 +2 4 +2 1 128+16+2= 146 5.) a. c is less than b i. c < b b. a and b are different numbers i. a~=b c. b is equal to zero or is greater than zero i. b>=0 d. a is greater than b but less than c i. b<a<c e. b is less than both c and d i. b<d & b<c f. c is greater than a or b is greater than zero i. c>a | b>a g. b is equal to zero or is greater then zero i. b>=0 h. d is not equal to c but it is equal to b i. d~=c & d==b i. either a is smaller than b or a is smaller than c, but it can not be smaller than both of them i. (a<b & a>=c) | (a<c & a>=b) j. a,b,c and d are all larger than or equal to 100 i. a>=100 & b>=100 & c>=100 &d>=100...
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This homework help was uploaded on 04/08/2008 for the course CS 105 taught by Professor Schwarz during the Spring '08 term at Stevens.
- Spring '08