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Output the five pieces of information to the console (stdout)

Open a file named “integers.dat” and keep track of the following information.
the first integer value x
the second integer y
the number of integers less than or equal to x
the number of occurrences of y
the total number of integers
Output the five pieces of information to the console (stdout)
For example, if “integers.dat” contains the integers “21 67 -13 21 1304 0 67 -618” I would expect “21 67 5 2 8” to be the result.
Meeting the above requirements is a bare minimum for the assignment. In order to get full credit, your program should:
have appropriate comments (not too much and not too little)
check for and handle errors, such as a missing file or an empty file
have readable output (beyond the example) and/or error messages
Please submit a single file called “project1.s” to the assignment.

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1105 to binary

*PLEASE SHOW WORK*
Question 1: Perform the following conversions:
1A7F to decimal
63D to binary
1110110110 to decimal
101011101010110 to hexadecimal
1105 to binary
2971 to hexadecimal
Question 2: Show the representation of the following values in 8-bit two’s complement notation:
21
-94
118
-61
Question 3: Determine the decimal value of the following 8-bit two’s complement binary integers:
1101 1001
0101 1101
1001 0000
0001 1010
Question 4: Perform the following additions of 8-bit two’s complement numbers:
0011 1000 + 0101 1100
1100 1101 + 1000 1011
0111 0100 + 1100 0000
1011 0101 + 1001 1001
Question 5: Perform the following subtractions of 8-bit two’s complement numbers:
0111 0100 – 0000 0110
1000 1011 – 1011 0100
0111 0111 – 0011 1010
1101 1011 – 1001 0010
Question 6: Convert the following 32-bit IEEE floating point numbers to decimal:
1100 0101 0111 0110 1110 1100 0000 0000
0100 0110 1111 1000 0000 0000 0000 0000
Question 7: Determine whether the following pairs are equivalent by constructing truth tables:
[(ab’+c)(a’+bd)] and [(a’c+cbd)]
[(b+d)(ad’+c)] and [(abd’+cd)]
Question 8: Using the laws of Boolean algebra, convert the following expressions into simplest form:
(a’+c)’
(wy’+z)’
(a'(bc’+d))’
((w+x’y)(xz+y’))’
Question 9: Draw the circuit that implements each of the following equations:
(BC)’+CD
(WX)’+(XY+YZ)’
AB+(BC’)D’
(WY’+Z)’+W(X+Y’)’
Question 10: Given the following electrical circuit diagram, complete the table below:
ABCXY
000
001
010
011
100
101
110
111
*PLEASE SHOW WORK*

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I will upload the required documents once the tutor match process is completed.

I have computer Architecture assignment due in 2 days. I will upload the required documents once the tutor match process is completed.

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I will upload the required documents once the matching process is completed.

I have Computer Architecture assignment due in 2.5 days. I will upload the required documents once the matching process is completed. Thank you so much.

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Learning goal: i’m working on a assembly language writing question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.

Learning Goal: I’m working on a assembly language writing question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.

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Learning goal: i’m working on a assembly language writing question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.

Learning Goal: I’m working on a assembly language writing question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.

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Result = n1;

1)Implement the following code:
result = 0;
if (input == 12)
result = n1;
else
result = n2;
in the TRN sign language.
Where n1=3 and n2=0
2)Implement the following code in the TRN symbolic language
If (x== n1 && y== n2)
z=x+y?
else
z=x-3;
Assume user input via keyboard
of the contents of X and Y.

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1)implement the following code:

1)Implement the following code:
result = 0;
if (input == 12)
result = n1;
else
result = n2;
in the TRN sign language.
Where n1=3 and n2=0
2)Implement the following code in the TRN symbolic language
If (x== n1 && y== n2)
z=x+y?
else
z=x-3;
Assume user input via keyboard
of the contents of X and Y.

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Assembly Language

Learning goal: i’m working on a assembly language question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.

Learning Goal: I’m working on a assembly language question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.