Question

- 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.

Answer #1

1) (DEADBEEF)_{16 =}
(11011110101011011011111011101111)_{2}

_{}

2) a) (356)_{10} = (101100100)_{2}

_{}

3) 98

4) 76

1a. Convert 101011101011011101 (base 2) to hexadecimal. Show
your work.
1b. Convert 67 (base 10) to 8-bit binary using signed magnitude.
Show your work.
1c. Convert 69 (base 10) to 8-bit binary using one’s complement.
Show your work.
1d. Convert 70 (base 10) to 8-bit binary using two’s complement.
Show your work.

2 Convert each of the following octal numbers to 10-bit binary,
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...

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Perform the following conversions:
Convert 51 (decimal) to binary and to hex
Convert 0xD1 (hexadecimal) to binary and to decimal
Convert 0b11001001 (binary) to hex and to decimal
Find the 2’s complement of the following 4-bit numbers
1101
0101
Perform the following 4-bit unsigned operations. For
each, indicate the 4-bit result and the carry bit, and indicate if
the answer is correct or not.
5 + 8
2 + 12
13 – 7
4...

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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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Question 8: What is the 2’s complement of (01001110)2?
Question 9: How is – 1510 represented in eight-bit 2’s
complement notation?
Question 10: How is – 11210 represented in eight-bit 2’s
complement notation?
Question 11: Solve the binary arithmetic problem: (00010111)2 +
(00101001)2
Question 12: Solve the binary arithmetic problem: (1010)2 -
(0100)2
Question 13: Solve the following problem: (01110000)2 -
(00011000)2
Question 14: Solve...

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a) (48)10 -
(13)10
b)
(-18)10 + (-13)10

Assuming nine-bit 2’s complement representation, convert the
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the ROL operation on it with initial carry C=1,
show the status bits and then convert the result back to decimal.
Repeat with the ASR operation. Write the
RTL specification of both operations shown
here.

convert the binary value 0011011.111 into both a decimal and
hexadecimal value

Add decimal numbers using binary additions for 170 and 493.
Steps: Convert each number to binary first. Then add the two binary
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bit and show the carry for each step even when it is zero. Please
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Convert each of the following decimal numbers to binary, octal,
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