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Represent $(2.5)_{10}$ in IEEE 754 Single precision standard:

  1. When 1 is implicit.
  2. When 1 is explicit.

For the part A I am getting:-

0 100 0000 010 0000

 And for part B:-

0 100 0000 1010 0000

In explicit $1$ we have to explicitly give memory to that leading $1$ and in implicit notation, we don’t allocate memory to that leading $1$.

@Arjun Sir…...

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i am also getting same.

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