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5428 to ** Decimal**
(iii) A1F2.C16 to Octal
(iv) 8383212 to Octal
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(b) Evaluate 83A7F4.5D16 + B5B63.3E16. (Show working in Base 16)
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(2) A computer stores a number of 16 bits word using floating-point arrangement. Given that the first bit is reserved for the sign and followed by 6 bits for the exponent using biased form. The remaining bits are used for the mantissa with a hidden bit.
(a) Show how the computer stores -37.87510
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(b) What is the

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number of digits available in the number system).
1. ** Decimal** Number System
The number system that we use in our day-to-day life is the

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Rounding Mixed ** Decimals** to the Nearest Tenth
A concept in mathematics that students need to learn in elementary school is to round mixed

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Exploring ** Decimals**
Activity 1: FINDING

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its ** decimal** equivalent. (4)
Largest binary number is (11111111111111111111)2 = (65535)10
Number of bits=n=16
2n-1=216-1=(65535)10
3. Covert the following numbers with indicated bases to

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astronomy and astrology.
It was Aryabhatta, who gave a new direction to trigonometry. The ** decimal** system too was an innovation of India. By the third century B.C. mathematics, astronomy and medicine began to develop separately. In the field of mathematics ancient Indians made three distinct contributions, the notation system, the

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binary to ** decimal** conversion. (10)
1 – In each of these eight columns, multiply the

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student would roll the dice, and so on until all the digits have been rolled. Fifth grade TEK (1) (B) says that students will use place value to read, write, compare, and order ** decimals** through 999,999,999,999. One activity that teachers could use with base ten blocks would be to see the difference in the place value of a

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computational technique. Lastly, in the third section a practical example will be solved to justify what we have told in the first and second section of the article. In addition, a computer program will be listed which gives the result up to the correct 4 ** decimal** places
Section-1 Normal distribution function
The equation of normal curve is defined as
(eqn. 1)
From the above equation we can derive the following density function between two finite values of x (x1 and x2).
(eqn. 2)
From...

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