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### 49001. Convert the following octal number to binary.
1048

### 49002. 3 × 101 + 7 × 100 is equal to ________.

### 49003. 3428 is the decimal value for which of the following binary-coded decimal (BCD) groupings?

### 49004. The binary-coded decimal (BCD) system can be used to represent each of the 10 decimal digits as a(n):

### 49005. The decimal number 18 is equal to the binary number ________.

### 49006. The 2's complement of 11100111 is ________.

### 49007. Convert the following decimal number to BCD.
469

### 49008. Express the decimal number –37 as an 8-bit number in sign-magnitude.

### 49009. Convert the following BCD number to decimal.
010101101001bcd

### 49010. The binary number 11001110 is equal to the decimal number ________.

### 49011. The binary number for F3A16 is ________.

### 49012. Convert the following BCD number to decimal.
100000000011bcd

### 49013. Convert the following hexadecimal number to binary.
14B16

### 49014. What is the result when a decimal 5238 is converted to base 16?

### 49015. The octal number for binary 1101110101110110 is ________.

### 49016. Convert the following hexadecimal number to decimal.
1CF16

### 49017. Convert the binary number 1011010 to hexadecimal.

### 49018. Convert the following decimal number to hexadecimal.
74

### 49019. Convert hexadecimal C0B to binary.

### 49020. Convert binary 1001 to hexadecimal.

### 49021. Convert 73116 to decimal.

### 49022. What is the decimal value of the hexadecimal number 777?

### 49023. Convert 110010012 (binary) to decimal.

### 49024. Convert the following decimal number to octal.
39

### 49025. The American Standard Code for Information Interchange (ASCII) uses how many individual pulses for any given character?

### 49026. Convert the following hexadecimal number to decimal.
B516

### 49027. The BCD number for decimal 16 is ________.

### 49028. Alphanumeric codes should include as a minimum:

### 49029. Convert 52716 to binary.

### 49030. Convert 5278 to binary.

### 49031. The base of the hexadecimal system is:

### 49032. Assign the proper even parity bit to the code 1100001.

### 49033. Select one of the following statements that best describes the parity method of error detection.

### 49034. Which of the following is the primary advantage of using the BCD code instead of straight binary coding?

### 49035. How many BCD code bits and how many straight binary bits would be required to represent the decimal number 643?

### 49036. When using the repeated division by 2 method of converting from decimal to binary, one must write the first remainder as the:

### 49037. In ASCII code, the hexadecimal sequence 53 54 55 44 45 4E 54 decodes to STUDENT.

### 49038. A decimal number is converted to BCD by replacing each decimal digit with the appropriate 3-bit binary code.

### 49039. A decimal fraction can be converted to binary by using the repeated division-by-2 method.

### 49040. 1510 = 11112 = F16 = 00010101 BCD

### 49041. Hex is often used in digital applications as a shorthand way to represent strings of bits.

### 49042. The binary number system is fundamental to all digital computers.

### 49043. Repeated division-by-10 is used to convert decimal numbers to binary numbers.

### 49044. The largest single BCD digit has a binary value of 15.

### 49045. A byte has 8 bits.

### 49046. A binary number can be converted to a decimal number by summing the decimal values of the weights of all the 1s in the binary number.

### 49047. Binary-coded-decimal numbers use only binary numbers between 0000 and 1001.

### 49048. A good example of the use of a digital representation of an analog quantity is the audio recording of music.

### 49049. Each position in a decimal multidigit number will have a weighting factor based on a power of only 10.

### 49050. The BCD equivalent of 73 is 01001001.

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