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Add the following 16-bit 2s complement numbers

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1) Add the following 16-bit 2’s complement numbers (represented in Hex, assume word size of the computer is 16 bits): FEF9 + BEBF and indicate whether or not there is a carry and/or an overflow generated. Also give the result of the calculation in base-10 format if there is no overflow.

2) Add the following 16-bit 2’s complement numbers (represented in Hex, assume word size of the computer is 16 bits): 4B1E + 3CFF and indicate whether or not there is a carry and/or an overflow generated.

Also give the result in base-10 format if there is no overflow.

3) Using the floating point format described in problem 5.19 of your text, convert the floating point number represented by 10000100111011011010010001010000 to base 10 (decimal) representation.

4) Using the floating point format described in problem 5.19 of your text, convert 1025.125 base 10 to the floating point representation.

this is 5.19

Convert the following binary and hexadecimal numbers to floating point format. Assume a binary format consisting of a sign bit (negative = 1), a base 2, 8-bit, excess-128 exponent, and 23 bits of mantissa, with the implied binary point to the right of the first bit of the mantissa.