**Question:**I need help with my home work. Below are the questions.

**1. **Convert the following binary to decimal:

a) 100001111

b) 11111110011

**2. **Convert the hexadecimal number DEAD BEEF_{16} to binary.

**3. **What decimal value does the 8-bit binary number 10011110 have if:

a) it is interpreted as an unsigned number? The value will be 158

d) it is on a computer using two's complement representation?

For two's complement representation, it will be 10011110 in two's complement = __-98__

**4. **What decimal value does the 8-bit binary number 10110100 have if:

a) it is interpreted as an unsigned number?

d) it is on a computer using two's complement representation?

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**5. **Given the following two binary numbers: 11111100 and 01110000.

a) Which of these two numbers is the larger unsigned binary number?

b) Which of these two is the larger when it is being interpreted on a computer using signed two's complement representation?

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**7 **

a) Manually convert decimal 100 to hex: ________________

b) Type the hex representation obtained manually into the bottom area of the ASCII Converter program

Write down what you see: ______________

8. Do the same for decimal 68

68 = ________ hex

ASCII __________

9. What relation do the above two numbers have?

Write down the codes and the characters you see

11. What conclusion can you draw about how upper- and lowercase characters in ASCII are represented, based on your experiments?

12. If you were writing a function to capitalize text for a word-processing program, what simple transformation would you make to the character codes to capitalize a letter?

13. What does ASCII code 241 look like? What language uses this character?

Provide a screenshot

15. Provide the decimal representation for each of the following characters: ç, é, $, £

Be sure to provide the screenshot of your initial step

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