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The following binary number is represented in floating point binary notation using 10 bits for the mantissa and 6 for the exponent, both in twoâ€™s complement binary.
0111100000000010
Calculate its decimal values.
The following binary number is represented in floating point binary notation using 10 bits for the mantissa and 6 for the exponent, both in twoâ€™s complement binary.
0100100000000011
Calculate its decimal values.
The following binary number is represented in floating point binary notation using 10 bits for the mantissa and 6 for the exponent, both in twoâ€™s complement binary.
1011100000000011
Calculate its decimal values.
The following binary number is represented in floating point binary notation using 10 bits for the mantissa and 6 for the exponent, both in twoâ€™s complement binary.
1010100000000100
Calculate its decimal values.
The following binary number is represented in floating point binary notation using 10 bits for the mantissa and 6 for the exponent, both in twoâ€™s complement binary.
0111100000111101
Calculate its decimal values.
The following binary number is represented in floating point binary notation using 10 bits for the mantissa and 6 for the exponent, both in twoâ€™s complement binary.
0101100000111111
Calculate its decimal values.
The following binary number is represented in floating point binary notation using 10 bits for the mantissa and 6 for the exponent, both in twoâ€™s complement binary.
Normalise the following floating point number:
0001100000000101
Present your answer as a 16 bit binary number (10 bits for the mantissa and 6 for the exponent)
The following binary number is represented in floating point binary notation using 10 bits for the mantissa and 6 for the exponent, both in twoâ€™s complement binary.
Normalise the following floating point number:
0011100000000111
Present your answer as a 16 bit binary number (10 bits for the mantissa and 6 for the exponent)
The following binary number is represented in floating point binary notation using 10 bits for the mantissa and 6 for the exponent, both in twoâ€™s complement binary.
Normalise the following floating point number:
1110100010000101
Present your answer as a 16 bit binary number (10 bits for the mantissa and 6 for the exponent)
The following binary number is represented in floating point binary notation using 10 bits for the mantissa and 6 for the exponent, both in twoâ€™s complement binary.
Normalise the following floating point number:
1111110010000101
Present your answer as a 16 bit binary number (10 bits for the mantissa and 6 for the exponent)
A real binary number can be represented in normalised floating point binary notation, using 10 bits for the mantissa followed by 6 bits for the exponent, both in two’s complement binary.
Convert the decimal value 4.75 to normalised two’s complement binary, presenting the answer in the form described above.
A real binary number can be represented in normalised floating point binary notation, using 10 bits for the mantissa followed by 6 bits for the exponent, both in two’s complement binary.
Convert the decimal value -3.625 to normalised two’s complement binary, presenting the answer in the form described above.