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# 1. Convert the following decimal numbers in IEEE single-precision format. Give the result as eight hexadecimal...

1. Convert the following decimal numbers in IEEE single-precision format. Give the result as eight hexadecimal digits.

a) -69/32 (-69 divide by 32)

b) 13.625

2. Convert the following floating IEEE single-precision floating-point numbers from hex to decimal:

a) 42E48000

b) C6F00040

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