 Homework 4General Comments Problem from the book are taken from the Chapter Review Problems sections.
 For full credit, provide context for each problem,
show all calculations, and explain your work/answers.

Numbers and/or algebra by themselves are not enough.

You will lose a significant amount of credit if you do not show enough work/context for your answers.

Homework assignments must be very neatly written or typeset (e.g. using Word or OpenOffice).
DetailsDo the following exercises from page 69 of your textbook and the ones listed below.
Problem  Points  Notes


20  4  To clarify, the problem gives hexadecimal numbers that encode an ASCII message. So you need to convert from hexadecimal to ASCII. The answer to this is an English word so if you get nonsense you did not do it correctly.
 23  4 
 24  4 
 #1 below  6 

 Consider the bitstring 01101101.
 Give as many interpretations of this bit string as you can think of. (Give at least 4 specific interpretations for full credit.)
 What does the bitstring mean?
