by admin | Apr 1, 2010 | C / C#, Computer Science, Program Code, Programming

The following is based on my interpretation. Yours might be different to mine.

ASCII Reference Table

Unit 6 Answer 1

Each item in the list represents a non-denominational holiday

01 01 – New Years Eve

26 01 – Republic Day

15 08 – Independence Day

02 10 – Gandhi Jayanti

Unit 6 Tip 1

The format of the list is two numbers

This list happens throughout the year and repeats every year

Unit 5 Task 5

With all of the bits flipped to 1, the largest number you can make is 63.75. Note that this is smaller than the largest you can make with a traditional Flippy Do, which is 255. This is because we have shifted two bits to represent smaller numbers (0.5 & 0.25)

Unit 5 Task 4

The only change values you can make with this Flippy Do Pro are 0.25, 0.50, and 0.75.

Can you make the binary number for 0.39 (decimal)? No!

**Roundoff error** occurs when an exact value cannot be made with available place values

Unit5 Task 3

Unit 5 Task 2

**The next value, in binary: 000000.10
**

Unit 5 - Task 1

**BINARY VALUE = 000000.01**

**DECIMAL VALUE = 0.25**