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Homework answers / question archive / Stevens Institute Of Technology CS 550 Chapter 3 Number Systems 1)How many binary digits does it take to represent the decimal number 2013? 16 8 11 d) 2013 How many bytes does it take to store the binary equivalent of the decimal number 1945? 1 2 4 10 The largest number that can be represented 8 bits without considering a sign is 15 b) 255 c) 65,535 d) 10,000,000 The largest single digit in octal is 1 7 8 10 The largest single digit in hexadecimal is 1 8 F 9 The binary number 101100112 is equivalent to the decimal number a) 113 b) 179 c) 133 d) 10,110,011 Eight raised to the power zero is 0 1 8 -8 Eight raised to the power one is 0 1 8 -8 The number of different items that can be represented by a given number of digits, n, in a particular base, b, is given by the formula: bn equals
Stevens Institute Of Technology
CS 550
Chapter 3 Number Systems
1)How many binary digits does it take to represent the decimal number 2013?
d) 2013
b) 255
c) 65,535
d) 10,000,000
a) 113
b) 179
c) 133
d) 10,110,011
d) 110
b) 10_{2} < 1_{8}
c) 101_{2} < 10_{8}
d) 101_{2} < 5_{8}
a) 0.1_{2} > 0.1_{8}
b) 0.1_{2} = 0.1_{8}
c) 0.1_{2} < 0.1_{8}
d) None of these
b) 10_{8} < 1_{16}
c) 11_{8} < 10_{16}
d) 12_{8} < A_{16}
a) 0+0
b) 0+1
c) 1+1
d) None of these
b) 0+1
c) 1+1
d) None of these
d) 1001
a) 1/10
b) -10
c) -1/10
d) None of these
b) 2.25
c) 4.25
d) 10.01
a) 1.25
b) 8.16
c) 8.25
d) 12
b) 10.5
c) 11.25
d) None of these
b) 0.1_{8}
c) 0.1_{16}
d) None of these
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