Guide to Networking Essentials, Fifth Edition
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Chapter 1 Introduction to Networks and Networking Concepts
At a Glance
Instructors Manual Table of Contents
Overview Objectives Teaching Tips Quick Quizzes Class Discussion Topics Additional Projects Addi
Review Problems and Solutions
(For Chapters 1 and 2)
1. Suppose that a computer memory has a capacity of 512K bytes. Furthermore, suppose
that each memory cell can contain 2 bytes of information. How many Hex digits are
necessary to represent all of the m
Review Problems and Solutions
(Algorithms and Python Programming)
1. From Assignment 4
Consider the following algorithm printing a part of the Fibonacci sequence:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Last < 0
Current < 1
While (Current < 100) do
print Current
Temp <
Chapter Review Problems  Chapter 2: Data Manipulation

14. Suppose the memory cells at the addresses F0 through FD in the
machine described in Appendix C contain the following (hexadecimal)
bit patterns:
Address Contents
F0 20
F1 00
F2 21
F3 01
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Homework 5
1.
Suppose the memory cells at addresses 00 through 05 in the machine described in Appendix C contain
the following bit patterns:
Address
Contents
00
10
01
04
02
30
03
45
04
C0
05
00
When answering
Comp. Sci.  Overview p. 111 sec. 2.3 Program Execution (Machine Instruction Cycle)
1. Suppose the memory cells from addresses 00 to 05 in the
machine described in Appendix C contain the (hexadecimal) bit
patterns given in the following table:
Address
00
COSC1309 Homework #2
Chapter 2
1. Translate the following instructions from English into the machine language described in Appendix C.
a. LOAD register 8 with the contents of memory cell 55.
b. LOAD register 8 with the hexadecimal value 55.
c. ROTATE reg
Chapter Review Problems 127
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cell at address 00 at the end of each fetch phase
of the machine cycle until the machine halts.
6. Suppose three values x, y, and z are stored in a
machine's memory. Describe the sequence of
events (loading regi
Guide to Networking Essentials, Fifth Edition
Chapter 11
Supporting a Small Business Network
At a Glance
Instructors Manual Table of Contents
Overview
Objectives
Teaching Tips
Quick Quizzes
Class Discussion Topics
Additional Projects
Additional Resources
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ELEC 5200/ELEC 6200 Computer Architecture and Design Class Test 3, December 3, 2004 Broun 306, 8:008:50AM
Total 24 points
Instructions: This test contains four pages. Please write your name on top of each page. Read all questions before writing yo
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Chapter 5 Making Networks Work
At a Glance
Instructors Manual Table of Contents
Overview Objectives Teaching Tips Quick Quizzes Class Discussion Topics Additional Projects Additional Resources Key Terms T
Algorithm
A set of steps that defines how a task is
performed
A step by step procedure that gets us from
problem statement to problem solution
An algorithm is an ordered set of
unambiguous, executable steps that defines a
terminating process. (page 205
InClass # 5 Answers
As assigned in class on Oct. 7
Problem #12
Suppose the memory cells at addresses 00
through 03 in the machine described in
Appendix C contain the following bit patterns:
Address
00
01
02
03
Contents
24
05
C0
00
Problem #12 continued
a
ELEC 5200/ELEC 6200 Computer Architecture and Design
Class Test II, October 27, 2004
Broun 306, 8:008:50AM
Total 24 points
Instructions: Please read all questions before writing your answers and attempt all four (4) questions.
Be sure to revise your answ
The Hypothetical Computer: Based on Appendix C
Instruction Set
Operation
Opcode
LOAD
LOAD
STORE
MOVE
ADD
ADD
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
0
E
0
2
3
8C
5E
2A
12
01
01
OR
AND
XOR
ROTATE
JUMP
HALT
7
8
9
A
B
C
7
8
9
A
B
C
C
9
0
5
3
0
56
34
32
04
4C
00
Example
Me
COMPUTING SCIENCE 101
SECTION B5
MIDTERM EXAMINATION 2
DATE: MARCH 12, 1998
TIME: 80 MINUTES
SOLUTIONS
(12 pts) 1. a. De ne (brie y) the term algorithm.
Answer:
Given on the rst day of class: An algorithm is a nite sequence of wellcfw_de ned instructions
Chapter 0
Define: Algorithm
Define: Abstraction
What are the four approaches to ethics discussed in
section 0.6?
Do problems 1, 6, 10, and 14 on pages 1618
Algorithm
A set of steps that defines how a task is
performed
A step by step procedure that
ELEC 5200/ELEC 6200 Computer Architecture and Design Class Test I, September 24, 2004 Broun 306, 8:008:50AM
Total 24 points
Instructions: Please read all questions before writing your answers. Attempt all five (5) questions. Be sure to revise your answer
Name_
Student ID_
Department/Year_
Midterm Examination
Introduction to Computer Science
Class#: 901 E10110, Session#: 03
Spring 2010
15:3017:10 Wednesday
April 21, 2010
Prohibited
1. You are not allowed to write down the answers using pencils. Use only
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Student ID:
Quiz 1
Name:
1. Convert each of the following base ten representation to its
binary representation
a. 45
b.66
Ans:
a. 101101
b. 1000010
2. Convert the following binary representation to