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Consider the (decimal) number $182$, whose binary representation is $10110110$. How many positive integers are there in the following set?$\{n\in \mathbb{N}: n\leq 182 \text{ and n has } \textit{exactly four} \text{ ones in its binary representation}\}$ $91$ $70$ $54$ $35$ $27$
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Find the complement of the following boolean expressions x’y + xy’ (AB’ + C)D’ + E AB(CD’ + C’D) + A’B’(C + D’)(C’ + D) (X + Y’ + Z)(X’ + Z’)(X + Y)
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Show the content of the each of the registers if the two binary numbers added have decimal equivalent 257 and 514.
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Express the switching Circuit shown in the figure in binary Logic notation.
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The State of the 12 bit Register is 010110010111. What is the Content if it represents. a three decimal digit in BCD. a three Decimal digit in Excess-3 a three Decimal Digit in 2421
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How many printing characters in ASCII.? How many of them are not letters or Numerals?
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Show the bit configuration that represents the decimal number 295 in in binary in BCD in ASCII
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Decode the following ASCII Code: 1001010 1101111 1101000 1101110 0100000 1000100101111 1100101.
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Write your full name in ASCII using the 8-bit code with the leftmost most bit always 0. Include a space between the names and the period after a middle initial.
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List the 10 BCD with the even parity in the leftmost position. (total of the five bits per digit).Repeat with the odd parity.
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Assign a binary number to some orderly manner to the 52 playing cards. use the minimum number of the bits.
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Represent the decimal number 3864 in 2421. Show that the code is self-complementing by taking the 9’s complement of 3864
The (r-1)'s complement of the base-6 number is called 5's complement. Determining the procedure for obtaining the 5's complement of the base 6 numbers. Obtain the 5's complement of the $(543210) _6$. Design a 3-bit code to represent each of the 6 digits of the base-6 ... -complementing so that 5's complement can be obtained by changing 1's to 0's and 0's to 1's in the bits of the coded number.