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Fundamentals of Logic Design | 7th Edition | ISBN: 9781133628477 | Authors: Charles h. Roth ISBN: 9781133628477 165

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Problem 1.2

Convert to octal. Convert to hexadecimal. Then convert both of your answers to decimal, and verify that they are the same. (a) 111010110001.0112 (b) 10110011101.112

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Systems Wednesday, March 9, 22:43 PM • System ○ Definition: a domain of investigation ○ Thermodynamic System: the collection of matter or region of space ○ To define a system, must also define the environment or surroundings ○ Zero mathematical thickness of a system ○ The boundary is shared by both system and surroundings ○ Properties vary continuously across the surface of the boundary § There is no jump in properties across the boundary ○ Types: § Isolated □ A system that doesn’t allow transfe

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Textbook: Fundamentals of Logic Design
Edition: 7
Author: Charles h. Roth
ISBN: 9781133628477

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