# Question: 1 how many bits are required to uniquely represent the...

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1. How many bits are required to uniquely represent the 10 decimal digits?

2. Convert the number 110 in binary into decimal.

3. Convert the number 110 in binary into hexadecimal.

4. Convert the number 110 in binary into octal.

5. Convert 10,000 in decimal into binary. Do not include any spaces or leading zeros in your answer.

6. Convert the decimal number 65,536 into hexadecimal. Do not include spaces or any leading zeros in your answer.

7. Convert the decimal number 16,000 into octal. Do not include any spaces or leading zeros in your answer.

8. How many bits does the decimal number 20 require to be represented in binary?

9. How many bits does the decimal number 25325 require to be represented in binary?

10.Represent the decimal number -3 in 4-bit one's complement binary. Do not include spaces.

11. Represent the decimal number -3 in 4-bit two's complement binary. Do not include spaces.

12. Represent the decimal number -3 in 4-bit signed magnitude binary. Do not include spaces.

13. Represent the decimal number -10234 in 16-bit one's complement binary. Do not include spaces.

14. Represent the decimal number -10234 in 16-bit two's complement binary. Do not include spaces.

15. Represent the decimal number -10234 in 16-bit signed magnitude binary. Do not include spaces.