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Solution: HOW IS THIS 0.329 calculated in BINARY?
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The decimal equivalents of $01440000$ a $32$ bit hexadecimal representation of $IEEE$ singleprecision floating point number is $1.11 \times 2^{125}$ $1.88 \times 2^{125}$ $1.68 \times 2^{124}$ $1.88 \times 2^{129}$
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largest normalized number.
what is the largest normalized number hat can be represented in iee754. they say the exponent can't be all ones so if can't be all ones then how the exponent  bias came to be 127. the maximum exponent should be 254 and it should be 126. and why we use 126 while finding denormalized number.
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GATE199772
Following floating point number format is given $f$ is a fraction represented by a $6bit$ mantissa (includes sign bit) in sign magnitude form, $e$ is a $4bit$ exponent (includes sign hit) in sign magnitude form and $n=(f, e) = f. 2^e$ is a ... point addition of $A$ and $B.$ What is the percentage error (up to one position beyond decimal point) in the addition operation in (b)?
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32 bit floating point representation of given decimal number
32 bit floating point representation of decimal number 3.284*10^4 is (A) 010001101111110111000000000000 (B) 110001101111110111000000000000 (C) 011010101111110111000000.. (D) 11101010111110111000000..
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What is the answer 20 or 9?
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IEEE754 For
https://gateoverflow.in/?qa=blob&qa_blobid=677596019370884012
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The following bit pattern represents a floating point number in IEEE $754$ single precision format $1 \ 10000011 \ 101000000000000000000000$ The value of the number in decimal form is $10$ $13$ $26$ None of the above
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Consider the following floatingpoint format. Mantissa is a pure fraction in signmagnitude form. The decimal number 0.239 $\times$ 2$^{13}$ has the following hexadecimal representation (without normalization and rounding off): 0D 24 0D 4D 4D 0D 4D 3D
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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 Let s, e, and m be the numbers represented in binary in the sign, exponent, and mantissa fields respectively. Then the ... difference between two successive real numbers representable in this system? $2^{40}$ $2^{9}$ $2^{22}$ $2^{31}$
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GATE20084
In the IEEE floating point representation the hexadecimal value $0\text{x}00000000$ corresponds to The normalized value $2^{127}$ The normalized value $2^{126}$ The normalized value $+0$ The special value $+0$
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