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Add decimal numbers using binary additions for 170 and 493. Steps: Convert each number to binary first. Then add the two binary numbers using binary addition. Make sure to keep track of the carry bit and show the carry for each step even when it is zero. Please show all work.

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hexadecimal, and decimal. Show your work.
(a) 368
(b) 7568
3 Convert the following binary values into Decimal, Octal and
hexadecimal. Show your work.
(a) 111010101011112
(b) 1010111011001102
(c) 1011101010001112
(d) 1111101011102
4 Convert the following hexadecimal numbers to 16-bit binary and
decimal numbers. Show your work.
(a) FE9816
(b) FCAD16
(c) B00C16
(d) FEDF16
5 Perform the addition on the following unsigned binary numbers.
Indicate whether or not...

Convert the hexadecimal number DEADBEEF to
binary.
Convert the following decimal number to binary:
a) 356
b) 658
What decimal value does the 8-bit binary number 10011110
represent if it is on a computer using two’s complement
representation?
What decimal value does the 8-bit binary number 10110100 have
if it is on a computer using two’s complement representation?
please show your work for question number 4. thank you.

Convert each of the following decimal numbers to binary, octal,
and hexadecimal numbers. Only go to 7 bits to the right of the
decimal and be sure to appropriately round the 7th bit.
(f) 250.8

A). Convert following decimal integers to 8-bit two's complement
binary numbers using any
method . Explain why, If decimal number cannot be represented
with 8 bits.
a. -46 b. -63 c. 118 d. -128 e. 128
B). Perform following operations by converting the decimal
numbers to 8-bit two’s complement
binary. Check results by converting final result to decimal
a. 94-53 b. 15–84

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base 2 numbers to base 10 numbers. The data for this program will
be entered from the keyboard using JOptionPane one 16-bit binary
number at a time. Note that each base 2 number is actually read in
as a String. The program should continue until a 16-bit base 2
number consisting of all 0’s is entered. Once the 16-bit number has
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Adder
Start out by picking 2 positive six bit binary numbers that are
less than 3210, written in 2's complement notation. The
eventual goal is to add these two numbers.
1) Look at the LSB bit of the numbers, and using logic gates
(NANDs, NORs, etc.) design a circuit that correctly gives the right
output for any possible combination of bits in the LSB place.
2) Now look at the next column to the left (next to LSB). In
this...

Design a 4-bit adder-subtractor circuit using the 4-bit binary
Full adders (74LS83) and any necessary additional logic gates. The
circuit has a mode input bit, M, that controls its operation.
Specifically, when M=0, the circuit becomes a 4-bit adder, and when
M=1, the circuit becomes a 4-bit subtractor that performs the
operation A plus the 2’s complement of B.Where A and B are two
4-bits binary numbers. That is,
* When M=0, we perform A+B, and we assume that
both...

1) Write a java programming using a while
loop where you will add numbers and when you
press number 0 it will add all your
numbers and display the results.
Use Scanner object.
Steps:
1) Declare variables integer called sum which is equal to
zero
2) Declare Scanner object
3) Declare while condition where is true
4) Inside of that condition prompt the user to enter
the numbers
5) Declare variable integer called number and input
the number statement
6)...

This assignment involves using a binary search tree (BST) to
keep track of all words in a text document. It produces a
cross-reference, or a concordance. This is very much like
assignment 4, except that you must use a different data structure.
You may use some of the code you wrote for that assignment, such as
input parsing, for this one.
Remember that in a binary search tree, the value to the left of
the root is less than the...

Two options for lodging. Write an equation FOR EACH
OPTION that depicts the total cost of your stay,
y, based on the number of days,
x. Be sure to label each equation with
the hotel it corresponds to.
Incredible Inn: $274/night with no additional
parking or resort fees.
Luxury Lodge: $258/night but you must pay an
additional one-time fee of $32 for parking and other fees.
Step two:
DO NOT SOLVE, but instead explain which method, substitution or
elimination, you would...

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