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|Convert the denary number -35 into a Two’s Complement 8 bit number|
Convert the denary number -126 into a Two’s Complement 8 bit number
How is a Two’s Complement binary number different to an unsigned binary number?
|A binary bit pattern is given below:
Convert this into the denary equivalent if the bit pattern was represented as Sign and Magnitude.
A binary bit pattern is given below:
Convert this into the denary equivalent if the bit pattern was represented as Two’s Complement
Two binary numbers are given below. What would be the result of subtracting the first from the second?
001010 = 10
000010 = 2
What is the largest positive number that can be represented with an 8 bit Two’s Complement number?
|What is the lowest negative number that can be represented with an 8 bit Sign & Magnitude number?|
What is the range for a 9 bit Two’s Complement number? (In Denary)
A binary bit pattern is shown below:
What is the denary equivalent when this bit pattern is:
Sign & Magnitude: