Numbers can be integers or floating point numbers. Negative numbers are represented using sign and magnitude or two's complement. In CPUs, binary numbers need to be added together.
What is a signed integer?
An integer that can be a either a negative or positive number
An integer that is converted into binary
An integer that can be processed by the CPU
What is a floating point number?
A number that has no fixed value
A number that has a decimal point
A number that has had an operation carried out on it in the ALU
Why does ipv6 allow more IP addresses than ipv4?
ipv6 uses six binary numbers but ipv4 only uses four
ipv6 addresses are 128-bit and ipv4 addresses are 32-bit
ipv6 can do binary calculations faster than ipv4
What is -6 in binary converted using two's complement?
What is three in binary converted using two's complement?
What is the result of 9+8 in binary if processed in a system which only supports 4-bit numbers?
How could the number -5 be represented using 8-bit binary sign and magnitude?
What is the result of this binary addition: 0110 + 0101 ?
What is the largest unsigned base 10 integer value that 7 bits can be used to represent?
When does overflow happen?
When the pattern of bits is too large to be represented by the number of bits available in a register
When a machine code program crashes
When two binary numbers are successfully added together