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Kat Rollo last won the day on March 21 2015

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  4. Yes it is, but I understand now. 2^5 = 32 The signed decimal range is -16 to +15, which is 32 integers (including 0). Therefore, +16 is out of range. Also, positive values must always be represented with a leading 0. Negative values must be represented with a leading 1. However, the 5-bit limit prevents the addition of another bit. The (10000) base 2 is the two's-complement of -16 in decimal.
  5. Instructions: Convert these decimal numbers to 5-bit 2's-complement form, if possible. If not possible, explain why this is so. (16) base 10 According to the online converter: I am only using the converter to check my answers. Our professor will not credit work without solution. From what I understand, If decimal is positive: STEP 1: Convert magnitude to binary. STEP 2: Pad 0's to desired bitsize. If decimal is negative: STEP 1: Convert magnitude to binary. STEP 2: Pad 0's to desired bitsize. STEP 3: Invert bits to achieve 1's-complement. STEP 4: Add 1 to achieve 2's-complement. Since 16 is positive, I simply converted it to binary by repeated division yielding (10000) base 2. I no longer padded 0's since it is already 5-bits (containing 5 digits). Can somebody explain to me why the online converter is returning an error (which also I strongly believe is the correct answer)? I would love to understand this concept. Thank you.
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