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You are a master thief, and have discovered that you can steal all a bank's money by flipping the sixth rightmost (third leftmost) bit in the message...

You are a master thief, and have discovered that you can steal all a bank's money by flipping the sixth rightmost (third leftmost) bit in the message 01100010 (that is, change it to 01000010). Unfortunately for you, the bank uses a CRC code to detect message changes. Fortunately for you, the CRC generating polynomial is unprotected, and you may change it at your convenience. What generating polynomial should you use to pull off your heist? Demonstrate that your polynomial does what you want it to.
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The bank data : 01100010
You may choose CRC-3 using polynomial which represented by 1000. After
performing xor operation as I show at the picture below, you will have e CRC bit 000.
It should send...

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