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13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 24 ~ What is the wavelength of the frequency in Problem 9? in meters, in centimeters, in feet? What is the wavelength of a 100 MHz sine wave in: meters, feet, centimeters? What is the correct method of writing a frequency of 1,240,000,000 in metric notation? The velocity of light is 300 × 106 meters per second; what is the velocity in feet per second? 7 MHz. Using the formula from Problem 10, determine the wavelength of that frequency. A 360 cubic inch truck engine is ~ cubic centimeters.

Now, let us consider the following notation. Example 6 -(32) = - 9 48 ~1 Chapter7 Example 6 states that the number enclosed within the parentheses is to be multiplied by itself, and then multiplied by - 1 . Example7 - ( - 3 3 ) = - - ( - 2 7 ) = 27 We proceed in each case to perform the operations in the parentheses first, and then complete the remaining calculations. Exercises 7-2 Perform the indicated operations: 1. (-3) 3 4. x 2- x 3 • x 5 7. -(-2) 3 10. -(5a2c) 3 2. -x(x) 2 5. 12 x 12 8. (-a) 2 x a3 11.

The seven's complement is found by subtracting each digit of the octal number from seven as illustrated in Example 18. Example 18 Find the eight's complement of 6438. 777 643 134 + 1 = 135 (eight's complement) The fifteen's complement of a hexadecimal number is found by subtracting each digit of the hexadecimal number from fifteen (F). 19. Example19 Find the sixteen's complement of C5A16. 15 SubtractingOctal Numbers In the previous topics we discussed subtracting binary numbers by adding the two's complement of the subtrahend to the minuend.

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