CS3280 HW1 Due: September 4, at the beginning of class

Consider the following two 8bit binary numbers A and B:
A = 0011 0000
B = 0011 0001
1. Assume that A and B are two unsigned binary numbers
and an 8bit unsigned adder/subtractor is used
a) Give a
Math 2320
Exam I
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Name: . ID #: . Section: .
Answer all questions and show all of your work. Answers which are not justied
with appropriate work will receive 0 points. Calculators are permitted, but graphing
calculators are not permitted.
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CS3280 Homework 4; Due: Friday, November 20, at beginning of class
1. For each of the following questions, assume that the registers are initialized to the following values
(i.e., each part is independent of the others). Give the contents of the registers
Math 2320
Exam II
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Answer all questions and show all of your work. Answers which are not justied
with appropriate work will receive 0 points. Calculators are permitted, but graphing
calculators are not permitted.
Students who c
CS3280 Homework 3; Due: Wednesday, October 7, at beginning of class
1. For each of the following questions, assume that the registers are initialized to the following values
(i.e., each part is independent of the others). Note: NZVC are the condition code
CS3280 Homework 2; Due: Wednesday, September 23, at beginning of class
1. Consider the simple processor shown below (AND is a bitwise AND function).
Note: This ALU does NOT provide 2s complement subtraction.
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IN1 + IN2 > OUT
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IN1 + IN2 > O
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