CS 61C - Midterm 1 (Fall 95)
Computer Science 61C
Midterm 1 - Fall 1995
Professor Harvey, B
Your Name_ login cs61c-_ Discussion section number _ TA's name _ This exam is worth 25 points, or 18.7% of your total course grade. The exam contains eight substan
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CS61C Summer 2001 Midterm #1 Professor Woojin Yu
Problem #1 Rewrite the following C source code using only the MIPS Assembly instructio
CS61c, Midterm #1, Summer 1999
cs61c, Summer 1999 Midterm #1 Professor Clancy
Problem #1 (4 points) [10 minutes] Let us define a new MIPS instruction similar to the SBN (Subtract and Branch if Negative) instruction from your first homework as follows: SBN
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CS 61C Midterm #1 | July 9th, 1998 Your name login cs61ccfw_ This exam is worth 30 points, or 15% of your total course grade. The exam contains six substantive questions, plus the following:
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CS61C, Midterm 1 Spring 2001
1) [10 pts] Number Representation Convert the folowing 8-bit numbers from two's complement binary to decimal: 01110011 = 11101101 = Convert the following decimal number to an 8-bit two's complement binary number: -28 = Convert
CS 61C Midterm Spring 2000
CS 61C Midterm Spring 2000 Question 1 (2 points) Convert the binary value 110000001111111111101110 into a) hexadecimal (base 16) b) octal (base 8) Question 2 (4 points) Assuming a five-bit word length, convert the binary value 1
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CS 61C (Clancy) Exam 2 Problem 1 (4 points, 8 minutes) Given below is a MAL program segment that computes (x+1.0)^2 by adding x^2 to 2x, then adding 1 to that sum.
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CS61c, Midterm #1, Spring 1998
cs61c, Spring 1998 Midterm #1 Professor Clancy
Problem #1 (7 points, 14 minutes) In lab assignment 4, you wrote a function that returned the contents of the various fields of a MIPS I-format instruction. In this problem we c
CS 61C, Midterm #2, Spring 1997
CS 61C
Spring 1997 Midterm #2
Professor Brian Harvey
This exam was worth 24 points, and was open book. Problem #1 (4 points) Translate the following procedure to MAL. (Assume that the argument and return value for baz() are
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CS61c Midterm Spring 96 Question 1 (2 points): Subtract 0x001f from 0xfff7, interpreting each as a 2's complement 16-bit integer. Exp
CS 60B Midterm #2 | April 5, 1993 Your name login c60bcfw_ Discussion section number TA's name This exam is worth 15 points, or 15% of your total course grade. The exam contains four substantive questions, plus the following:
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CS 60B Midterm #1 | February 17, 1993 Your name login c60bcfw_ Discussion section number TA's name This exam is worth 15 points, or 15% of your total course grade. The exam contains ve substantive questions, plus the following: correctly at the top of eac
CS61C, Midterm 1, Fall 2000
CS61C, Fall 2000 Midterm 1 Professor D. Patterson
Question #0: Sign-in Question (-1 point if not followed): Fill out the front page correctly and write your login at the top of each of the pages. Circle your login initials so w
CS 61C, Midterm, Fall 1999
CS61C MIDTERM EXAM FALL 1999
1. Facts, Figures and Bit [12 points] a. Describe the set of numbers that are represented by a 64-bit two's complement integer. b. Add the following 16-bit integers by hand, show binary result and tr
CS61C, Midterm #2, FALL 1998
CS61c, Fall 1998 Midterm #2 Professor Fateman
Problem #1 (7 points) Answer the following questions using the diagram of a full adder module: A B CarryIn | | VV V |-| CarryOut < | | |-| | V Sum a. Using no more than 10 of these
CS61C, Midterm #1, Fall 1997
CS61C, Fall 1997 Midterm #1
Problem #1 (3 points) Convert the eight-bit binary value 11110000 to: (a) hexadecimal. (b) decimal, interpreting it as a unsigned value. (c) decimal, interpreting it as a twos complement signed valu
CS 61C - Midterm 2 (Fall 95)
Computer Science 61C
Midterm 2 - Fall 1995
Professor Harvey, B
Your Name_ login cs61c-_ Discussion section number _ TA's name _ This exam is worth 25 points, or 18.7% of your total course grade. The exam contains eight substan
Assignment 2
1. In real-address mode, convert the following segment offset address to a linear address:
0950:0100
09600
2. In real-address mode, convert the following segment offset address to a linear address:
0CD1:02E0
0CFF0
3. What is the duration of a