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You Are On Multi Choice Question Bank SET 953

47651. The binary adder circuit is designed to add ________ binary number(s) at a time.





47652. The 74HC382 ALU can perform ________ operations.





47653. Subtraction of the 2's-complement system actually involves the operation of ________.





47654. Children ......... afraid of the dark?





47655. FC48 – AB91 = ________.





47656. In BCD addition, the value ________ is added to any invalid code group.





47657. In AHDL macrofunctions, the first thing that should go into any source file is ________ your code.





47658. The circuit shown is a(n) ________.





47659. The binary addition of 1 + 1 = ________.





47660. A 74HC283 can be used to implement a(n) ________ adder.





47661. The two's complement of 00001111 is ________.





47662. Inside a computer all arithmetic operations take place in the ________.





47663. –910 represented in eight-bit two's-complement notation is ________.





47664. Solve this binary problem: 01011000 ÷ 00001011 = ________.





47665. If [A] = 10 and [B] = 01, then [A] [b] = ________.





47666. Binary numbers can be added together in a basic parallel-adder circuit when ________.





47667. To make an eight-bit adder from two four-bit adders you must connect ________.





47668. Packages are used to contain ________ and other information that must be available to all entities in the design file.





47669. 34FC + AD31 = ________.





47670. Solve this binary problem: 1001 × 1100 = ________.





47671. A four-bit adder can perform ________.





47672. The concurrent section of the hardware description is where the ________ are interconnected.





47673. The contents of the A register after is ________.





47674. The binary subtraction 1 – 1 = ________.





47675. When subtracting 6 from 9 using 2's-complement methods, the ________ is 2's complemented before the addition.





47676. When performing binary addition using the 2's-complement method, an ________ can occur if ________ are of the same ________; the error is indicated by a(n) ________.





47677. Negation is performed by simply performing the ________ operation.





47678. Solve this BCD problem: 0101 + 0110 = ________.





47679. For a 4-bit parallel adder, if the carry-in is connected to a logical HIGH, the result is:





47680. What is the first thing you will need if you are going to use a macrofunction?





47681. Perform subtraction on each of the following binary numbers by taking the two's-complement of the number being subtracted and then adding it to the first number. 01001        01100 00011        00111





47682. Solving –11 + (–2) will yield which two's-complement answer?





47683. Multiply the following binary numbers. 1010   1011   1001 ×0011   ×0111   ×1010





47684. What is a digital-to-analog converter?





47685. What are the symbols used to represent digits in the binary number system?





47686. A full subtracter circuit requires ________.





47687. The output of an AND gate is LOW ________.





47688. Give the decimal value of binary 10010.





47689. Parallel format means that:





47690. A decoder converts ________.





47691. A DAC changes ________.





47692. The output of a NOT gate is HIGH when ________.





47693. The output of an OR gate is LOW when ________.





47694. Which of the following is not an analog device?





47695. A demultiplexer has ________.





47696. A flip-flop has ________.





47697. Digital signals transmitted on a single conductor (and a ground) must be transmitted in:





47698. In a certain digital waveform, the period is four times the pulse width. The duty cycle is ________.





47699. In positive logic, ________.





47700. Convert the fractional binary number 0000.1010 to decimal.





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