1. One byte equals to how many bits ? a. 4 bits b. 8 bits c. 12 bits d. 16 bits
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 2. The numbers written to the power of 10 in the representation of decimal numbers are called as _____. a. Height factors b. Size factors c. Scale factors d. None of the above
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 3. If the decimal point is placed to the right of the first significant digit, then the number is called as ________. a. Orthogonal b. Normalized c. Determinate d. None of the above
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 4. ________ constitute the representation of the floating number. a. Sign b. Significant digits c. Scale factor d. All of the above
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 5. The sign followed by the string of digits is called as ______. a. Significant b. Determinant c. Mantissa d. Exponent
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 6. In IEEE 32-bit representations, the mantissa of the fraction is said to occupy ______ bits. a. 24 b. 23 c. 20 d. 16
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 7. The normalized representation of 0.0010110 * 2 ^ 9 is a. 0 10001000 0010110 b. 0 10000101 0110 c. 0 10101010 1110 d. 0 11110100 11100
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 8. The 32 bit representation of the decimal number is called as ____. a. Double-precision b. Single-precision c. Extended format d. None of the above
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 9. In 32 bit representation the scale factor as a range of ________. a. -128 to 127 b. -256 to 255 c. 0 to 255 d. None of the above
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 10. In double precision format the size of the mantissa is ______. a. 32 bit b. 52 bit c. 64 bit d. 72 bit
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