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After converting **18.75** into Binary, we will get **10010.11**

Now **10010.11** can be written in the form of exponent as **1.001011 * 2^4.**

According to IEEE 754 format for single precision,

**Sign bit** = 0 ( for +ve number)

**Exponent bit** = Bais + 4 = 127 + 4 = 131 (i.e **10000011**)

**Mantissa bit = **0010110000000........0 (total 23 bit )

After combining these bits, we'll get **0 10000011 00101100000000000000000.**

**So, **Hexadecimal of these bits = **41960000**

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