COE202lesson3 - Objectives In this lesson we will study...

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Objectives ¾ In this lesson, we will study basic arithmetic operations in various number systems with a particular stress on the binary system. Approach ¾ Arithmetic in the Binary number system (addition, subtraction and multiplication). ¾ Arithmetic in other number systems Objectives Given the representation of some number (XB) in a number system of radix B, this lesson will show how to obtain the representation of the same number (X) in another number system of radix A, i.e. (XA). Converting Whole (Integer) Numbers Assuming X to be an Integer, 1. Assume that XB has n digits (bn- 1………..b2 b1 b0)B , where bi is a digit in radix B system 2. Assume that XA has m digits (am- 1………..a2 a1 a0)A where ai is a digit in radix A system, This division procedure can be used to convert an integer value from ome radix number system to any other radix number system ‰ An important point to remember is the first digit we get using the division process is a0, then a1, then a2, till am-1
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  • Fall '13
  • Sait
  • Binary numeral system, Elementary arithmetic, Power of two

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