# Using the extended ascii chart what is the binary

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Using the Extended ASCII chart, what is the binary code that represents a lower case “b”?Question 22 options:01100010011000011010101010000000
SaveQuestion 23(1 point)Using the Extended ASCII chart, what is the binary code that represents an upper case “B”?
SaveQuestion 24(1 point)Hexadecimal is called which of the following?
Base 8Base 16Base 10SaveQuestion 25(1 point)Not all text can be translated into binary code.
SaveQuestion 26(1 point)x bits can represent 2xdecimal numbers ranging from 0 to 2x-1.Question 26 options:TrueFalse
SaveQuestion 27(1 point)Each octal number can represent 3 bits.
FalseSaveQuestion 28(1 point)Positive non-integers can be represented in binary.
SaveQuestion 29(1 point)2-5= 0.03125.
SaveQuestion 30(1 point)20= 0.Question 30 options:TrueFalse
SaveQuestion 31(1 point)
An upper case letter and a lower case letter, such as “a” and “A” are always represented using the same8-bit binary code.
SaveQuestion 32(1 point)The hexadecimal numbering system uses 16 characters.
SaveQuestion 33(1 point)Using binary addition, 1 + 1 = 0 with a carry of 1.
SaveQuestion 34(1 point)The following number 4328.23 is expresed in a unknown base. Which of the following cannot be theradix used to represent the given number?
Question 34 options:161498
SavePrevious PageNext PageQuestion 35(1 point)Each octal digit requires 8 bits.

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