# 24challengewhatisthelargestdecimalvalueyoucanrepresent

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24. Challenge: What is the largest decimal value you can represent, using a 86-bit signed integer?
25. Create a truth table to show all possible inputs and outputs for the boolean function described by ¬(A  B ).  B )
26.Create a truth table to show all possible inputs and outputs for the boolean function described by ( ¬¬B ). How would you describe the rightmost column of this table in relation to the table from question number 25? Have you heard of De Morgan’s Theorem? ¬A¬B¬(A  B )
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27.If a boolean function has four inputs, how many rows are required for its truth table?
28.How many selector bits are required for a four-input multiplexer?
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tony chern
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32 bits, 16 bits, 12 bits, b doubleword, c quadword, 74 bytes
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