2.Convert the following binary numbers to floating-point format using single-precision IEEE 754 format. Convert your answer to hexadecimal format.
a) 11001.0101 b) -101.111101 c) -0.0101001
Answer A
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0x462be40a
Answer B
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0xc2ca38e2
Answer C
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0xbc257ae4
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