# Question 29 0 1 point 2 5 003125 true false question

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Question 290 / 1point2-5= 0.03125.TrueFalse
Question 300 / 1point20= 0.
Question 311 / 1pointAn upper case letter and a lower case letter, such as “a” and“A” are always represented using the same 8-bit binary code.
Question 321 / 1pointThe hexadecimal numbering system uses 16 characters.
Question 331 / 1pointUsing binary addition, 1 + 1 = 0 with a carry of 1.TrueFalse
Question 340 / 1pointThe following number 4328.23 is expresed in a unknown base.Which of the following cannot be the radix used to representthe given number?
Question 350 / 1pointEach octal digit requires 8 bits.
Question 363 / 3pointsExpress the decimal number 57 in radix 3
none of the aboveQuestion 371 / 1pointConvertthe following binary number to decimal:0001100110
Question 381 / 1pointConvert 3725 (decimal) to a hexadecimal number.
Question 390 / 1pointHow may different positive integers can be expressed in k digits using radix r numbers?
Question 400 / 3pointsExpress the decimal number 936.625 in octal (radix 8)
Question 413 / 3
pointsConvert the following decimal fraction to binary with a maximum of six of six places tothe right of the binary point:26.78125
Question 420 / 3 pointsRepresent the decimal fraction 15/8 in binary.
Question 430 / 4pointsTwo numbers given in certain radix X are (55)Xand (64)X .If we add this two numbers, theresult is (130)X. What is the radix X?
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Octavian Jones
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Binary numeral system, 3 bits, 8 bit, 8 bits, 68