Computer Science: An Overview: Global Edition (12th Edition)

Published by Pearson Higher Education
ISBN 10: 1292061162
ISBN 13: 978-1-29206-116-0

Chapter 1 - Data Storage - Section 1.6 - Storing Integers - Questions & Exercises - Page 64: 11


The Answer is : $No$

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The Answer is $No$ because the largest value that can be stored in excess of eight notation is $(7)$, represented by $(1111)$. $To$ represent a larger value, at least an excess of $(16)$ (which uses patterns of 5 bits) must be used. $Similarly,$ $(6)$ cannot be represented in excess of four notation. (The largest value that can be represented in excess four notation is 3.)
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