1 point What is the bias in this representation 3 points Write the parts of the

# 1 point what is the bias in this representation 3

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1 bit for the sign, two bits for the exponent, and three bits for the fractional part.-(1 point) What is the bias in this representation?-(3 points) Write the parts of the binary representation for the largest positive normal number-Sign bit-Exponent bits-Fraction bits-(3 points) Write the parts of the binary representation for the smallest positive normal number-Sign bit-Exponent bits-Fraction bits-(3 points) Write the parts of the binary representation for the largest positive denormal number-Sign bit-Exponent bits-Fraction bits-(3 points) Write the parts of the binary representation for negative zero-Sign bit-Exponent bits-Fraction bits-(3 points) Write the parts of the binary representation for 1-Sign bit-Exponent bits-Fraction bits 3. C Programming (20 points) Write a C function that takes a table of numbers and computes the sums of each row and column. The arguments are the number of rows and columns in the table, the table itself (an array of pointers to arrays), and two arrays to store the per-row and per-column sums, respectively.After your function returns, rsums[i]should contain the sum of all elements in row iof tableand csums[i]should contain the sum of all elements in column i. You may assume that the arrays are large enough to store their relevant information. You should not assume that rsumsand csumsinitially contain zeroes. ,   • • • 