- 1.1.1: Convert to hexadecimal and then to binary: (a) 757.2510 (b) 123.171...
- 1.1.2: Convert to octal. Convert to hexadecimal. Then convert both of your...
- 1.1.3: Convert to base 6: 3BA.2514 (do all of the arithmetic in decimal).
- 1.1.4: (a) Convert to hexadecimal: 1457.1110. Round to two digits past the...
- 1.1.5: Add, subtract, and multiply in binary: (a) 1111 and 1010 (b) 110110...
- 1.1.6: Subtract in binary. Place a 1 over each column from which it was ne...
- 1.1.7: Add the following numbers in binary using 2s complement to represen...
- 1.1.8: A computer has a word length of 8 bits (including sign). If 2s comp...
- 1.1.9: Construct a table for 7-3-2-1 weighted code and write 3659 using th...
- 1.1.10: Convert to hexadecimal and then to binary. (a) 1305.37510 (b) 111.3...
- 1.1.11: Convert to octal. Convert to hexadecimal. Then convert both of your...
- 1.1.12: (a) Convert to base 3: 375.548 (do all of the arithmetic in decimal...
- 1.1.13: Convert to hexadecimal and then to binary: 544.19.
- 1.1.14: Convert the decimal number 97.710 into a number with exactly the sa...
- 1.1.15: Devise a scheme for converting base 3 numbers directly to base 9. U...
- 1.1.16: Convert the following decimal numbers to octal and then to binary: ...
- 1.1.17: Add, subtract, and multiply in binary: (a) 1111 and 1001 (b) 110100...
- 1.1.18: Subtract in binary. Place a 1 over each column from which it was ne...
- 1.1.19: Divide in binary: (a) 11101001 101 (b) 110000001 1110 (c) 1110010 1...
- 1.1.20: Divide in binary: (a) 10001101 110 (b) 110000011 1011 (c) 1110100 1010
- 1.1.21: Assume three digits are used to represent positive integers and als...
- 1.1.22: What is the lowest number of bits (digits) required in the binary n...
- 1.1.23: Convert 0.363636 . . . 10 to its exact equivalent base 8 number.
- 1.1.24: (a) Verify that a number in base b can be converted to base b3 by p...
- 1.1.25: (a) Show how to represent each of the numbers (5 1), (52 1), and (5...
- 1.1.26: (a) Show that the number 121b, where b is any base greater than 2, ...
- 1.1.27: (a) Convert (0.12)3 to a base 6 fraction. (b) Convert (0.375)10 to ...
- 1.1.28: Construct a table for 4-3-2-1 weighted code and write 9154 using th...
- 1.1.29: Is it possible to construct a 5-3-1-1 weighted code? A 6-4-1-1 weig...
- 1.1.30: Is it possible to construct a 5-4-1-1 weighted code? A 6-3-2-1 weig...
- 1.1.31: Construct a 6-2-2-1 weighted code for decimal digits. What number d...
- 1.1.32: Construct a 5-2-2-1 weighted code for decimal digits. What numbers ...
- 1.1.33: Construct a 7-3-2-1 code for base 12 digits. Write B4A9 using this ...
- 1.1.34: (a) It is possible to have negative weights in a weighted code for ...
- 1.1.35: Convert to hexadecimal, and then give the ASCII code for the result...
- 1.1.36: Repeat 1.7 for the following numbers: (a) (10) + (11) (b) (10) + (6...
- 1.1.37: Because A B = A + (B), the subtraction of signed numbers can be acc...
- 1.1.38: Work 1.37 for the following pairs of numbers: (a) 11010 10100 (b) 0...
- 1.1.39: (a) A = 101010 and B = 011101 are 1s complement numbers. Perform th...
- 1.1.40: (a) Assume the integers below are 1s complement integers. Find the ...
- 1.1.41: An alternative algorithm for converting a base 20 integer, dn1dn2 d...
- 1.1.42: Let A and B be positive integers, and consider the addition of A an...
- 1.1.43: Let A and B be integers and consider the addition of A and B in an ...
- 1.1.44: Prove that in a 2s complement number system addition overflows if a...
- 1.1.45: Restate the method for detecting overflow of 1.44 so that it applie...
- 1.1.46: Let B = bn1bn2 b1b0 be an n-bit 2s complement integer. Show that th...

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