# Klml

## Klml

• Submitted By: erinh
• Date Submitted: 12/16/2008 1:23 PM
• Category: Biographies
• Words: 456
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How is 25010 represented in binary (base 2) and hexadecimal (base 16)? Show your work.
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128+64+32+16+8+0+2+0=250 or 11111010 binary
15*16=240 + 10*1=10 = 250 or F (15) A (10) or FA hex

Write out the binary nibble (4 bit) values of the hex code 1A. Example 1=1 A=10 or 0001 1010

What is the base 10 decimal value of the Hex code 1E? Example 1*16=16 + 14*1=14 = 30

What is the decimal value of the binary number 101011? 32+0+8+0+2+1=43
1. How is 1810 represented in binary (base 2) and hexadecimal (base 16)? Show your work.

2. How is 2610 represented in binary (base 2) and hexadecimal (base 16)? Show your work.

3. How is 17810 represented in binary (base 2) and hex (base 16)? Show your work.

4. How is 10010 represented in binary (base 2) and hexadecimal (base 16)? Show your work.

5. Write out the binary nibble (4 bit) values of the hex code 7B.

6. Write out the binary nibble (4 bit) values of the hex code CF.

7. What is the base 10 value of 1F hex?

8. What is the base 10 value of 1D hex?

9. What is the decimal value of the binary number 101010?

10. What is the decimal value of the binary number 111001?

11. Use the ASCII chart passed out in class and write the HEX code for the following sentence: I love this class! (donâ€™t forget the spaces and the exclamation mark!)
nsgdklsgdlgmsdsgdiwgehnnnnks kngklnmlskgdnksgd nkglsmksgdnl knglgnd knlsgnkgn sgmdlmdglkgd

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