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Question 10 in telephony the usable voice frequency

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Question 10In telephony, the usable voice frequency band ranges from approximately 300 Hz to 3400 Hz. Whatwould be the minimum sample rate required to digitize the human voice?Give the result in samples per second.(6,800,6.8 K,6800)Answer:
Question 11Unicode can represent at least how many unique characters?
Question12Using the Extended ASCII chart, what is the binary code that represents a “Y"?
1111000100100000Question13The following number 1732.36 is expressed in a unknown base. Which of the following cannot be theradix used to represent the given number?16914127Question14Express the decimal number (2015)10 in radix 7.
Question 15Convert the following fractional binary number to decimal: 10100.1101
Question 16Convert 75358 (decimal) to a hexadecimal number.1E2BC
Question 17How many different positive integers can be expressed in 4 digits using radix 5 numbers?
Question18Express the decimal number 348.21875 in hexadecimal (radix 16)
Question 19Convert the following decimal fraction to binary with a maximum of six of six places to the right of thebinary point:29.3125
Question 20Represent the decimal fraction 21/16 in binary.
Question 21In Java, both primitive types char and short use 16 bits to represent information. The type char isunsigned whereas short is used to represent positive and negative numbers using 2s complement. Whatare the ranges of values for the two referred types?Choose all answers that apply.
Question 22In binary multiplication, 110 × 110 = ________.110011

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Term
Winter
Professor
Robert Koeneke
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Binary numeral system

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