2 Mod4 annot iClicker 2012 impact Essays

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iClicker
Quiz for
Module 4

Clicker Quiz
1. The five-bit radix number, R(10101) 2, converted to sign and magnitude notation, is:
A. SM (10101)2
B. SM (01010)2
C. SM (11010)2
D. SM (11011)2
E. none of the above

Clicker Quiz
1. The five-bit radix number, R(10101) 2, converted to sign and magnitude notation, is:
A. SM (10101)2
B. SM (01010)2
C. SM (11010)2
D. SM (11011)2
E. none of the above

Clicker Quiz
2. The five-bit diminished radix number,
DR(10101)2, converted to sign and magnitude notation, is:
A. SM (10101)2
B. SM (01010)2
C. SM (11010)2
D. SM (11011)2
E. none of the above

Clicker Quiz
2. The five-bit diminished radix number,
DR(10101)2, converted to sign and magnitude notation, is:
A. SM (10101)2
B. SM (01010)2
C. SM (11010)2
D. SM (11011)2
E. none of the above

Clicker Quiz
3. When adding the five-bit signed numbers (10111)2 + (11001)2 using radix arithmetic, the result obtained is:
A. (10000)2
B. (110000)2
C. (11000)2
D. overflow (invalid result)
E. none of the above

Clicker Quiz
3. When adding the five-bit signed numbers (10111)2 + (11001)2 using radix arithmetic, the result obtained is:
A. (10000)2
B. (110000)2
C. (11000)2
D. overflow (invalid result)
E. none of the above

Clicker Quiz
4. When subtracting the five-bit signed numbers (10111)2 - (11001)2 using radix arithmetic, the result obtained is:
A. (10000)2
B. (11000)2
C. (11110)2
D. overflow (invalid result)
E. none of the above

Clicker Quiz
4. When subtracting the five-bit signed numbers (10111)2 - (11001)2 using radix arithmetic, the result obtained is:
A. (10000)2
B. (11000)2
C. (11110)2
D. overflow (invalid result)
E. none of the above

The Digi-Vota-Matic is a threejudge score tabulation system that allows each judge to enter a score ranging from “0” (002) to “3” (112) on a pair of DIP switches, and displays the sum of the three scores (ranging from “0” to “9”) on a 7-segment LED.

Clicker Quiz
8. Implemented using a TRUTH_TABLE directive, a circuit that finds the sum of three
2-bit unsigned numbers would require ___ rows in the table (following the declaration).
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.

16
32
64
128
none of the above

Clicker Quiz
8. Implemented using a TRUTH_TABLE directive, a circuit that finds the sum of three
2-bit unsigned numbers would require ___ rows in the table (following the declaration).
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.

16
32
64
128
none of the above

Clicker Quiz
9. Implemented using a TRUTH_TABLE directive, a circuit that finds the sum of three 2-bit unsigned numbers would require ___ discrete entries in the table (following the declaration).
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.

64
128
640
1280
none of the above

Clicker Quiz
9. Implemented using a TRUTH_TABLE directive, a circuit that finds the sum of three 2-bit unsigned numbers would require ___ discrete entries in the table (following the declaration).
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.

64
128
640
1280
none of the above

Clicker Quiz
10. Implemented using a 22V10 PLD, a circuit that finds the sum of three 2-bit unsigned numbers would require no more than ___ macrocells. A.
B.
C.
D.
E.

2
4
8
16
none of the above

Clicker Quiz
10. Implemented using a 22V10 PLD, a circuit that finds the sum of three 2-bit unsigned numbers would require no more than ___ macrocells. A.
B.
C.
D.
E.

2
4
8
16
none of the above

Clicker Quiz
11. When performing radix addition, the XOR of the carry in to the sign position with the carry out of the sign position provides a means to:
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.

generate a carry that is propagated forward generate a borrow that is propagated forward check for a negative result check for an invalid result none of the above

Clicker Quiz
11. When performing radix addition, the XOR of the carry in to the sign position with the carry out of the sign position provides a means to:
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.

generate a carry that is propagated forward generate a borrow that is propagated forward check for a negative result check for an invalid result none of the above

Clicker Quiz
12. Following a subtract operation, the carry flag (CF)