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What is the largest number that can be represented by a single bit in binary?
1. A single bit can represent two different values, 0 and 1. Then simply take the largest of those two possible values, 1, and that's your answer. ...
Asked in Math and Arithmetic
How many different values can be represented by 4 binary digits?
24, or 16 (0 through 15) One binary digit (bit) can have 21 values (0 or 1). Two bits can have 22 values. Three bits can have 23 values. A five-bit number can have 25 values... and so on... ...
Asked in Software and Applications (non-game)
What are similarities and differences bit and word?
bit: one bit that can have only one of two states. word: a collection of one or more bits, length defined by computer architecture, used for representing encoded values. ...
Asked in Database Programming, Prime Numbers
What is the largest prime number that can be stored in 32 bit?
For signed 32 bit values: 2^31-1 = 0x7FFFFFFF = 2,147,483,647 For unsigned 32 bit values: 2^32-5 = 0xFFFFFFFB = 4,294,967,291 ...
What is an I-64 processor architecture and what are it's advantages over Pentium processor?
It is a processor that works with 64 bit values instead of 32 bit values. The advantages are that it is much faster for operations on large 64 bit values for which a 32 bit processor would need multiple operations. This means that a 64 bit processor with the same clock speed can do more work in the same time. ...
How would you obtain segment and offset address from a far address of memory location?
Treat the 32-bit address as being two 16-bit values, one for the segment and the other for the offset within that segment. ...
Asked in Computers, Computer Programming, Technology
What does U0001f52aU0001f60f mean?
It's 32-bit unsigned hexadecimal notation for two decimal values, 128298 and 128527. However, the spacing is wrong and there should be an operator between the two values. E.g., U0001f52a OR U0001f60f = U0001f72f In binary, this would equate to: 00000000000000011111010100101010 OR 00000000000000011111011000001111 = 00000000000000011111011100101111 ...
Asked in Math and Arithmetic, Statistics, Algebra
How many three digit numbers are there between 99 and 500?
400 between the two - excluding the two values mentioned in the question. 400 between the two - excluding the two values mentioned in the question. 400 between the two - excluding the two values mentioned in the question. 400 between the two - excluding the two values mentioned in the question....
Asked in The Difference Between
What is the difference between BPSK and QPSK?
Binary PSK QPSK. 1. Two different phases are used to represent two binary values. 1. Four different phases are used to represent two binary values. 2. Each signal element represents only one bit. 2. Each signal element represents two bits ...
What Different between bit array and jagged array?
Jagged Array is an array of an array and Bit Array is an array which stores bit value/boolean values. ...
Asked in Computer Terminology
What are bit byte kilobyte and word?
A " bit " is a single one or zero. It has two states, and can only represent one of two values. A " byte " is (usually) 8 bits working together, such that each bit is double the value of the bit to its right. A byte can represent 256 possible values. A "kilobyte" is 1024 Bytes A "word" is a unit of data of a defined bit length that can be addressed and moved between storage and the computer processor. Usually,...
What is the second smallest increment of data on a computer?
A bit is a binary digit that is the second smallest increment of data on a computer. It can hold only two values which are 0 and 1. ...