Midterm Solution
1 Hour, 50 minutes
Do any 10 of the 12 problems. Make sure it is clear which one you do
not want graded (or I will grade the first 10 problems). All problems are
worth 20 points.
1. The following function is already in minimum sum of prod
MONTGOMERY COLLEGE, ROCKVILLE
Physics, Engineering and Geosciences Department
EE 244 Digital Logic Design
Spring 2009
Final Practice
1. (5) convert the following decimal number to hexadecimal: 3560
Your answer: de8
2. (10) Design a circuit to multiply two
MONTGOMERY COLLEGE, ROCKVILLE
Physics, Engineering and Geosciences Department
EE 244 Digital Logic Design
Fall 2008
Group Quiz 2
Names _
_
_
The months of the year are coded in four variables, vjyo, such that January is 0000,
February is 0001,., and Decem
MONTGOMERY COLLEGE, ROCKVILLE
Physics, Engineering and Geosciences Department
EE 244 Digital Logic Design
Fall 2009
Midterm
1. (10) The following decimal integers are to be stored in a 7-bit twos complement format.
Show how they are stored. a. -14 b. +63
MONTGOMERY COLLEGE, ROCKVILLE
Physics, Engineering and Geosciences Department
EE 244 Digital Logic Design
Fall 2009
Midterm
1. (10) The following decimal integers are to be stored in a 7-bit twos complement format.
Show how they are stored. a. -14 b. +63
MONTGOMERY COLLEGE, ROCKVILLE
Physics, Engineering and Geosciences Department
EE 244 Digital Logic Design
Fall 2009
Midterm
1. (10) The following decimal integers are to be stored in a 7-bit twos complement format.
Show how they are stored. a. -14 b. +63
MONTGOMERY COLLEGE, ROCKVILLE
Physics, Engineering and Geosciences Department
EE 244 Digital Logic Design
Fall 2008
Midterm
1. (3) convert the following unsigned integer to decimal: 10000000000
2. (3) Convert the following hexadecimal numbers to decimal:
MONTGOMERY COLLEGE, ROCKVILLE
Physics, Engineering and Geosciences Department
EE 244 Digital Logic Design
Spring 2011
Final Practice
1. (5) convert the following hexadecimal number to decimal: 1000
Your answer: _
2. (10) Design a circuit to divide two 2-b
MONTGOMERY COLLEGE, ROCKVILLE
Physics, Engineering and Geosciences Department
EE 244 Digital Logic Design
Final
Fall 2010
1. (30) Design a priority encoder with three active high inputs, k1, k2 and k3, and two
active high outputs, F G that indicate which
MONTGOMERY COLLEGE, ROCKVILLE
Physics, Engineering and Geosciences Department
EE 244 Digital Logic Design
Spring 2009
Final Practice
1. (5) convert the following decimal number to hexadecimal: 3560
Your answer: _
2. (10) Design a circuit to multiply two 2
MONTGOMERY COLLEGE, ROCKVILLE
Physics, Engineering and Geosciences Department
EE 244 Digital Logic Design
Spring 2009
Final Practice
1. (5) convert the following decimal number to hexadecimal: 227.
Your answer: _
2. (10) Design a circuit 1-bit full subtra
MONTGOMERY COLLEGE, ROCKVILLE
Physics, Engineering and Geosciences Department
EE 244 Digital Logic Design
Fall 2011
Midterm
1. (10) The following decimal integers are to be stored in a 7-bit twos complement format.
Show how they are stored. a. -14 b. +64
MONTGOMERY COLLEGE, ROCKVILLE
Physics, Engineering and Geosciences Department
EE 244 Digital Logic Design
Fall 2008
Group Quiz 2
Names _
_
_
The months of the year are coded in four variables, vjyo, such that January is 0000,
February is 0001,., and Decem
EE150 Midterm Exam Review
Topics:
UNIX commands
Separate compilation
Command-line argument
Unit testing
Pointers
o Pointers and arrays
o Call-by-reference/Call-by-value
o rvalue and lvalue
Strings
Dynamic memory allocation (malloc, free, calloc, re
ES 244: Digital Logic Design
Uchechukwu Ofoegbu
Temple University
Chapter 3
Chapter 3:
Karnaugh Maps
ES 244: Digital Logic Design
Chapter 3
Riddle
Three people check into a hotel. They pay $30 to
the manager and go to their room. The manager
suddenly reme
ES 244: Digital Logic Design
Chapter 2
Chapter 2:
Combinational Systems
Uchechukwu Ofoegbu
Temple University
Adapted from Alan Marcovitzs
Introduction to Logic and Computer Design
ES 244: Digital Logic Design
Chapter 2
Riddle
Four switches can be turned o
MONTGOMERY COLLEGE, ROCKVILLE
Physics, Engineering and Geosciences Department
EE 244 Digital Logic Design
Fall 2008
Practice Midterm
1. (3) convert the following unsigned integer to decimal: 110011001100
110011001100 = 4 + 8 + 64 + 128 + 1024 + 2048 = 327
MONTGOMERY COLLEGE, ROCKVILLE
Physics, Engineering and Geosciences Department
EE 244 Digital Logic Design
Spring 2009
Midterm Solutions
1. (4) The following decimal integers are to be stored in a 5-bit twos complement format.
Show how they are stored. a.
MONTGOMERY COLLEGE, ROCKVILLE
Physics, Engineering and Geosciences Department
EE 244 Digital Logic Design
Fall 2008
Midterm Solutions
1. (3) convert the following unsigned integer to decimal: 10000000000
Ans: 1024
2. (3) Convert the following hexadecimal
ICS 151 Digital Logic Design
Fall 2003 Final Exam
Last Name
: _
First Name: _
Student ID
: _
Signature
: _
DO NOT OPEN
UNTIL TOLD TO DO SO
Instructions:
1. Please verify that your paper contains 18 pages including this cover.
2. Write down your name on th
MONTGOMERY COLLEGE, ROCKVILLE
Physics, Engineering and Geosciences Department
EE 244 Digital Logic Design
Fall 2102
Practice Midterm
1. (3) convert the following unsigned integer to decimal: 110011001100
2. (3) Convert the following decimal number to hexa
MONTGOMERY COLLEGE, ROCKVILLE
Physics, Engineering and Geosciences Department
EE 244 Digital Logic Design
Spring 2009
Midterm
1. (10) The following decimal integers are to be stored in a 7-bit twos complement format.
Show how they are stored. a. -64 b. +6
MONTGOMERY COLLEGE, ROCKVILLE
Physics, Engineering and Geosciences Department
EE 244 Digital Logic Design
Fall 2008
Group Quiz 2 Practice
Names _
_
_
The months of the year are coded in four variables, vjyo, such that January is 0000,
February is 0001,.,
MONTGOMERY COLLEGE, ROCKVILLE
Physics, Engineering and Geosciences Department
EE 244 Digital Logic Design
Final
Fall 2010
1. (30) Design a priority encoder with three active high inputs, k1, k2 and k3, and two
active high outputs, F G that indicate which
MONTGOMERY COLLEGE, ROCKVILLE
Physics, Engineering and Geosciences Department
EE 244 Digital Logic Design
Fall 2008
Group Quiz 1 - Solutions
1. convert the following unsigned integer to decimal: 011011
2. Convert the following decimal integer to unsigned
MONTGOMERY COLLEGE, ROCKVILLE
Physics, Engineering and Geosciences Department
EE 244 Digital Logic Design
Fall 2008
Group Quiz 1 - Solutions
1. convert the following unsigned integer to decimal: 011011
Answer: 2710
2. Convert the following decimal integer
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EE 244 - Digital Logic Design. Quiz 2
Solutions
1.
The months of the year are coded in four variables, vjyo, such that January is
0000, February is 0001,., and December is 1011. The remaining 4 combinations
are never used. (Remember: 30 days h
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Montgomery College. EE 244 Fall 2008
Final
Name _
1. Convert the following decimal number to hexadecimal
3560
Your Answer: _
2. Show a block diagram of a circuit using AND and OR gates for each side
of the following equality. The equality demo