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Number System Interconversion
Can all the values in decimal be finitely represented in binary, hexadecimal and octal system and vice versa? I know 0.2 cannot be converted to the binary form which has a finite representation. Any other such number which cannot be converted from one of the number systems to other?
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Self Doubt
if we have $n$ consecutive $1s$ in binary then its magnitude is $2^n 1$ similarly ,do we have any short cut like ,if we have $n$ consecutive $1s$ after a decimal point then the magnitude will be $12^n$ ?
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GATE201833
Consider the unsigned 8bit fixed point binary number representation, below, $$b_7 \: \: b_6 \: \: b_5 \: \: b_3 \: \: b_3 \: \: \cdot b_2 \: \: b_1 \: \: b_0$$ where the position og the primary point is between $b_3$ ... can be 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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r's complement practise
10's complement of $5690$ 10's complement of $(5690)_8$ 8's complement of $(6250)_8$ 8's complement of $(6250)_{16}$
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Number system
I thnk the answer should be (1000)5
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Conversion of Signed to Unsigned
How can we convert a signed number to it's equivalent unsigned number? Let's say I have signed number as 2 now what would be it's equivalent unsigned representation. Thanks!
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Floating point representation
If the decimal number is 3.248 x 104 ,then its equivalent floating number in IEEE 754 standard is ?
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Digital Logic : 10's Complement
I can't seem to understand the 10's Complement. 10' s complement of 0 is 10 [ https://www.mathsisfun.com/numbers/tenscomplement.html ] However, The problem in Morris Mano's Digital Design 10's Complement of 00,000,000 the answer in Solution Manual is 00,000,000. I am having a hard time understanding this. Can anyone explain this?
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number system 10's complement
The values of P,Q,R, if 47Q80 is the 10's c complement of RPRP0 are a)4, 3, 2 b) 5,4,4 c)3,4,5 d)2,4,5
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UGCNETNov2017II07
The octal equivalent of the binary number 1011101011 is: 1) 7353 2) 1353 3) 5651 4) 5657
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UGC NET DEC 2017 PAPER 2 Q 2
Let m=(313)4 and n= (322)4. Find the base 4 epansion of m+n. (1) (635)4 (2) (32312)4 (3) (21323)4 (4) (1301)4 Please explain thank you .
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UGCNETNov2017ii7
The octal equivalent of the binary number $1011101011$ is : $(1)\ 7353$ $(2)\ 1353$ $(1)\ 5651$ $(1)\ 5657$
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Digital Logic
The octal representation of an integer is (342)8. If this were to be treated as an eightbit signed integer in 2's complement representation, its decimal equivalent is _________ 226 30 76 98
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Number System Doubt
Consider the number given in the base '12' system is (1457)12 then the number of 1's in the 2's complement binary representation of that number is ______? The answer is 9
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"Borrow and Carry are complements of each other"
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binary representation
pls someone explain How to left shift this number ? 1010110<<2 Answer 1: shifting to the left means adding extra 0's as rightmost bits so in this case it means 101011000 now digit will be 1011000 but 1010110 represents 86 in decimal and left shift by 2 means multiply with 4 to the decimal number and now result 344 =101011000 now m confused ?
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programminginc numberrepresentation floatingpointrepresentation
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Converting to weighted code
How to convert (1234)10, decimal number to 2421 weighted code, selfcomplimentary code.
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[COA] Floating point arithmetic
IEEE 754 32 bit representation for reference: 1. For the demoralized numbers,why the exponent is 126 and not 127? For 0 we say it is Mantissa=0 and B.E=0, so we get 0*2^0127=0,but for any number that is having bias exponent ... 128) comes under overflow and underflow condition.I mean if i am 0 or infinity or NAN then can i say that system is overflow/underflow?
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GATE2017212
Given the following binary number in $32$bit (single precision) $IEEE754$ format : $\large 00111110011011010000000000000000$ The decimal value closest to this floatingpoint number is : $1.45*10^1$ $1.45*10^{1}$ $2.27*10^{1}$ $2.27*10^1$
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GATE201721
The representation of the value of a $16bit$ unsigned integer $X$ in hexadecimal number system is $BCA9$. The representation of the value of $X$ in octal number system is $571244$ $736251$ $571247$ $136251$
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GATE201719
When two 8bit numbers $A_{7}...A_{0}$ and $B_{7}...B_{0}$ in 2's complement representation (with $A_{0}$ and $B_{0}$ as the least significant bits) are added using a ripplecarry adder, the sum bits obtained are $S_{7}...S_{0}$ and the carry bits are $C_{7}...C_{0}$. An overflow is ... S_{7} \right )$ is 1 $\left ( A_{0}.B_{0}.\bar{S_{0}}+\bar{A_{0}}.\bar{B_{0}}.S_{0} \right )$ is 1
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GATE201717
The nbit fixedpoint representation of an unsigned real number $X$ uses $f$ bits for the fraction part. Let $i = nf$. The range of decimal values for $X$ in this representation is $2^{f}$ to $2^{i}$ $2^{f}$ to $\left ( 2^{i}  2^{f} \right )$ 0 to $2^{i}$ 0 to $\left ( 2^{i}  2^{f} \right )$
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Discussions on Floating Point Represenation
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Floating point number
what is the hexadecimal representation of the floating point number (48.625) in single precision, after rounding off and normalisation
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TestBook Test Series
If (65)x = (52)y, then what is the minimum value of x+y ?
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NUMBER SYSTEM FLOATING POINT
IN FLOATING POINT REPRESENTATION WE KNOW THAT BIAS ADDED IS THE MAXIMUM NUMBER WHICH CAN BE REPRESENTED IN 2S COMPLEMENT. Suppose exponent is represented using 8 bits, so bias added= (2^7)1=127. But the max negative number representable with 8 bits ... So how do we get postitive exponent by biassing in this case??. It sounds confusing to me. Plz resolve my confusion.
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Subtraction from Hex to Binary
(012.25)16  (101110.101)2 = (__)2 = (__)10
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Testbook
How to solve this type of question?
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