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What is the minimum difference between two successive real numbers representable in this system?
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Bias formula for floating point representation is 2^k1 bias formula for IEEE floating point representation is 2^(k1)1 Is it right????
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In floating point representations , how to determine what is to be subtracted from the exponent ? In 32 bit representation, somewhere it is said to subtract 128 from the exponent, somewhere it is written 127 to be subtracted ? How to check this ?
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MadeEasy IEEE 754 single precision
Consider the following bit pattern represents he floating point number in IEEE 754 single precision format : 1 10000111 11100000000000000000000 What is the value in Base10 represented by above floating point number ?
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NTA NET DEC 18 Q 100 decimal floating point 40.1 representation in IEEE754
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IEEE floating point representation
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IEEE 754 Implicit and Explicit 1 Representation
Represent $(2.5)_{10}$ in IEEE 754 Single precision standard: When 1 is implicit. 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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Floating point
Consider the following bit pattern represents the floating point number in IEEE 754 single precision format: 1 10000111 11100000000000000000000 Which of the following represents the decimal value of above floating number? A) 192 B) 320 C) 384 D) 448
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Self Doubt
$(0.5)_{10}$ in IEEE 754 Single precision floating point representation $(0.5)_{10}$ = $(0.1)_{2}$ here $(0.1)_{2}$ should be represented in SUBNORMAL form Or Normalized for ..??? here $(0.1)_{2}$ * 2^{0}$...E = 0 and no leading 1 ..will it be represented in SUBNORMAL form ??
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A 32bit floatingpoint number is represented by a 7bit signed exponent, and a 24bit fractional mantissa. The base of the scale factor is 16, The range of the exponent is ___________
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Ans given is (448). Is it correct?
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GATEBOOK2019DL120
Consider the $16$bit floatingpoint format which has $9$ rightmost bits for the mantissa and $6$ bits for the excess$31$ exponent (base $2$) in the middle and most significant bit stands for sign of the float number. Which of the following represents the difference between the ... value (using implicit leading 1) in this system? $2^{39}$ $2^{35}$ $2^{38}$ $2^{32}$
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$\text{Someone please explain this question, I am not able to solve it}$ https://gateoverflow.in/87053/gate19891vi
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Made easy workbook
Sign extension is a step in a) floating point multiplication b) signed 16 bit integer addition c) arithmetic left shift d) converting a signed integer from one size to another
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The difference between 201 and next larger double precision number is 2$^P$. If IEEE double precision format is used then the value of P is ______________________
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Floating Point Arithmetic  Stallings 7th edition Question  9.22
Assume that the exponent e is constrained to lie in the range 0 <= e <= X with a bias of q, that the base is b, and that the significand is p digits in length. a. What are the largest and ... that can be written? b. What are the largest and smallest positive values that can be written as normalized floatingpoint numbers?
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#Digital logic Floatinf point representation
The following is a scheme for floating point number representation using 16 bits. Bit Position 15 14 .... 9 8 ...... 0 s e m Sign Exponent Mantissa Then the floating point number represented is: (−1)s(1+m ... What is the minimum difference between two successive real numbers representable in this system? Any help to solve this question is appreciated.
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A 32bit floatingpoint number(follows IEEE STANDARD) is represented by a 8bit signed exponent, and a 23bit fractional mantissa. The base of the scale factor is 16, The range of the exponent is ___________, if the scale factor is represented in excess64 format.
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digital logic Floating point number
A 32bit floatingpoint number (follows IEEE Standard)is represented by a 8bit signed exponent, and a 23bit fractional mantissa. The base of the scale factor is 16, The range of the exponent is ___________ .
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GATE201833
Consider the unsigned 8bit fixed point binary number representation, below, $b_7 \: \: b_6 \: \: b_5 \: \: b_4 \: \: b_3 \: \: \cdot b_2 \: \: b_1 \: \: b_0$ where the position of the primary point is between $b_3$ and $b_2$ ... exactly represented Only $ii$ cannot be exactly represented Only $iii$ and $iv$ cannot be exactly represented Only $i$ and $ii$ cannot be exactly represented
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GATE19901ivb
A 32bit floatingpoint number is represented by a 7bit signed exponent, and a 24bit fractional mantissa. The base of the scale factor is 16, The range of the exponent is ___________, if the scale factor is represented in excess64 format.
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IEEE floating Point
In IEEE floationg point representation, the hexadecimal number $0xC0000000$ corresponds to ? $3.0$ $1.0$ $4.0$ $2.0$
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Floating Point
ans given= 3.75*101
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DL: IEEE 754 Single Precision Range
Can someone please validate if the given range is correct, and we can keep all 0's in Mantissa unlike biased exponent.
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Why floating point in denormalized normal form has range between : $\pm1\times2^{149}$ and $\pm(1  2 ^{23})\times2^{126}$
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