fall 2006

hw unit C, part II

**INFORMATION**

- This assignment will be given in two parts.

**Part I**was given in lab on Thursday September 28.

This is**Part II**(given in class on Tuesday October 3). - This assignment covers the material from unit C in our
syllabus:
**Data Representation and Storage**. - You may find it helpful to
**read chapers 12 and 14 in the Reed text**in order to complete both parts of this assignment. - You also may find it helpful to the lecture notes and examples, posted
on the "syllabus" portion of the class web page (see sessions
**B.4**and**C.2**). - This assignment is worth
**5 points**, or 5% of your term grade.

- For this part of the assignment, you will create one plain text
file in
**Notepad**. - Type your name and your email address at the top of the file.
- Put your answers to the questions below in the file.
- When you are completely finished with all the steps,
**zip**all your files together (the two HTML files from part I of the assignment and the plain text file from this part II) and email the zip file to me as an attachment. - My email address is:
**sklar@sci.brooklyn.cuny.edu**.

**NOTE THAT YOU WILL HAVE TIME IN LAB ON THURSDAY OCT 5 TO FINISH
PART I.**

**BE SURE TO ASK IN THE LAB IF YOU NEED HELP WITH ANY STEPS!!!!**

**PART II.**

**1.**

(*1 point*)

If you have internet access at home, go to
http://www.speakeasy.net/speedtest/,
take the speed test and report your DOWNLOAD speed and UPLOAD speed by
connecting to the SERVER in NEW YORK, NY.
(Enter the two speeds in your Notepad file.)

If you don't have internet access from home, you can do this from a
computer lab on campus.

**2.**

(*1 point*)

Convert the binary value **00101101** to base 10, base 8 (octal)
and base 16 (hexadecimal).

**3.**

(*1 point*)

Convert the base 10 value **43** to base 2 (binary), base 8 (octal)
and base 16 (hexadecimal).