Computer Arithmetic MCQ Questions
This section focuses on "Computer Arithmetic" in Computer Organization & Architecture. These Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ) should be practiced to improve the Computer Organization & Architecture skills required for various interviews (campus interviews, walk-in interviews, company interviews), placements, entrance exams and other competitive examinations.
1. Sign magnitude is a very simple representation of ?
Explanation: Sign magnitude is a very simple representation of negative numbers
2. Sign bit 1 represents
Explanation: Sign bit 1 represents negative sign. Sign bit 0 represents positive sign.
3. Which of the following is true about Normalization?
Explanation: All of the above is true.
4. The logic 1 in positive logic system is represented by ?
Explanation: The logic 1 is represented by higher voltage while 0 is represented as low voltage.
5. The m-bit parallel adder consists of
Explanation: The m-bit parallel adder consists of m full adders.
6. Half adder is an example of
Explanation: Combinational circuits are the circuits whose output depends on the inputs of the same instant of time.
7. Master slave flip flop is also referred to as ?
Explanation: The term pulse triggered means the data is entered on the rising edge of the clock pulse, but the output does not reflect the change until the falling edge of clock pulse
8. In J-K flip flop the function K=J is used to realize ?
Explanation: T flip flop allows the same inputs. So if in JK flip flop J = K then it will work as T flip flop.
9. What is the hexadecimal equivalent of a binary number 10101111 ?
Explanation: Hexadecimal equivalent of a binary number 10101111 is AF
10. In a positive edge triggered JK flip flop, a low J and low K produces ?
Explanation: In JK Flip Flop if J = K = 0 then it holds its current state. There will be no change