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Information Technology
ITEC 1000
Peter Khaiter

AP/ITEC1000 Section B "Introduction to Information Technologies" Fall 2013 Assignment #1 Due: Monday, October 7, 2013, by 6:30 pm. Assignments should be submitted to the assignment drop box # 13 (TEL BLDG., third floor) before or on due date/time. York University's policies on academic honesty and plagiarism always remain in effect. The total number of points for this assignment is 140. This Assignment is worth five percent (5%) of your total grade. Please type in your answers in the Answer Form provided. 50% mark deduction for not using the Answer Form. Append your worksheets (showing your solutions) to your Answer Form. 50% mark deduction for not appending your worksheets. Textbook Reading: Chapters 1, 2 (2.1), 3, and 4; Lecture notes: 1-3. 1) Convert these numbers to binary: (5 points, each) 2) Convert these numbers to decimal: (5 points, each) 3) Convert these numbers to binary: (5 points, each) 4) Convert these numbers to hexadecimal: (5 points, each) 5) Convert these numbers to octal: (5 points, each) 6) Convert these numbers between Octal and Hexadecimal, as indicated: (5 points, each) 7) Determine if there is something wrong in these numbers; explain your answer? (3 points) a) 100121.01 2 b) 774.32 8 c) 2F.H5 16 8) Which of the following is the photographic st(1 point) a) MPEG-2 b) JPEG c) PostScript d) MP3 e) ASCII 9) Scan codes are generated (1 point) a) Optical character recognition (OCR) b) Bar code readers
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