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## CSCI 1100 Week 2 Notes

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# CSCI 1100 Week 2 Notes CSCI 1100

Catherine Cahoy
UGA
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Topics in Computing
Hamid R Arabnia

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Organized, understandable notes over computer basics, logical operations, and binary code. If the way he was explaining things in class wasn't very clear to you, hopefully these will help!
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Topics in Computing
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Hamid R Arabnia
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CSCI 1100, Topics in computing, week 1, week 2
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Date Created: 08/30/15
Intro to Programming Week 2 Notes 82425 amp 82615 Logical Operations AND OR NOR NAND XOR o How these work You are given two statements that will either be TRUE or FALSE They are evaluated depending on the operation to be a final TRUE or FALSE statement I Ex For the AND statement to be true BOTH of the two statements must also be true If one or both are FALSE then it is FALSE that both are TRUE Logical AND both must be TRUE I TRUE AND TRUE TRUE I TRUE AND FALSE FALSE I FALSE AND TRUE FALSE I FALSE AND FLASE FALSE Logical NAND Not AND Negation opposite of AND table Logical OR only one must be TRUE I TRUE AND TRUE TRUE I TRUE AND FALSE TRUE I FALSE AND TRUE TRUE I FLASE AND FALSE FLASE Logical NOR Not OR Negation of OR table Logical XOR Exclusive OR only ONE must be true I TRUE AND TRUE FALSE I TRUE AND FALSE TRUE I FALSE AND TRUE TRUE I FALSE AND FALSE FALSE Relational Operators O O O O O O gt Greater Than lt Less Than gt Greater than or Equal to lt Less than or Equal to Equal to ltgt Not Equal to Bitwise Operators Binary O O Numbering Systems I Roman Numerals I V X LM etc I Arabic Numerals 12345etc I Binary Numerals O and 1 Our numbering system works on base 10 I 4264x1002x106x1 I 426 4 x 102 2 x 101 6 x 100 O Binary works on base 2 I 10111x230x221x211x20 I 10111x80x41x21x1 I 10118021 I 101111 0 With long numbers like 1101001110001 this can get very long 0 I To shorten it Drop zeros they end up being zero and have no impact on the final number Drop writing 1 x ZWhateVer just write 2quotquothatequoter I 1101 goes from 1011 1 x 23 0 x 22 1 x 21 1 x 20 to 1101 23 21 20 Terms I Bit either a 0 or 1 I Byte 8 bits long I Kilo 2quot10 I Mega 2quot20 I Giga 2quot30 I Tera 2quot40 I Peta 2quot50 I Exa 2quot60 I Zetta 2quot70 I Yotta 2quot80 Processor Speeds O O O MIPS Million of Instructions per Second MFLOPS Million of Floating point operations per second Megahertz MHzGigahetz GHZ this is a measure of the frequency of the clocking signal that goes to the CPU The higher this number the faster the processor

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