Problem Statement 1: Using 5 bits to represent each number, prepare the representation of 7 and -7 in 1's complement, signed magnitude, and 2's complement integers.
Problem Statement 2prepare the 6-bit 2's complement representation of -32.
Problem Statement 3: Convert these decimal numbers to 8-bit 2's complement binary numbers
Problem Statement 4: Assume if the last digit of a 2's complement binary number is 0, then number is even. If the last two digits of a 2's complement binary number are 00 (e.g., the binary number 01100), what does that tell you about the number?
Problem Statement 5: without changing their values convert the following 2's complement binary numbers into 8-bit 2's complement numbers.
Problem Statement 6: Create table showing the decimal value of all 4-bit 2's complement numbers