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Consider two 4-bit binary numbers which are already given in 2's complement form.

Consider two 4-bit binary numbers which are already given in 2’s complement form. If you
multiply these numbers then you need as many as ______ binary bits to represent the 2’s
complement answer.


The fraction 1/12 can be expressed in a finite number of binary bits using ____ bits to the right of
the binary point.

What is the output state of a MOD-64 counter after 92 input pulses if the starting state is 000000?

Given a POS form Boolean expression, if only one type of gate is available, which of these gates
would require the least number of gates in order to implement the function?

The number ( -7)10 is to be stored in an 8-bit register as a signed binary number in 2’s
complement form. Which of the following represents the register contents?
a) 00000111
b) 10000011
c) 01111001
d) 11111001
e) None of the above


What is the minimum number of binary bits required to represent ( 248 )8 as a binary number?

What is the minimum number of binary bits required to represent ( 248 )10 as a binary number?

What is the minimum number of binary bits required to represent ( 248 )16 as a binary number?

What is the minimum number of binary bits required to represent ( 248 )bcd as a binary number?

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