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Transcribed Image Text: Question 1 of 8 2.5 Points Click to see additional instructions In a single-precision IEEE-754 floating point format, the minimum true exponent (in decimal) in normalized- numbers is Mark for Review What's This? Question 2 of 8 2.5 Points Click to see additional instructions In a single-precision IEEE-754 floating-point format, the maximum true exponent (in decimal) in normalized- numbers is Mark for Review What's This? Part 3 of 8 Question 3 of 8 2.5 Points Click to see additional instructions In a single-precision IEEE-754 floating point format, the biased exponent (in decimal) when the number represents -zero is Mark for Review What's This?
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Transcribed Image Text: Question 1 of 8 2.5 Points Click to see additional instructions In a single-precision IEEE-754 floating point format, the minimum true exponent (in decimal) in normalized- numbers is Mark for Review What's This? Question 2 of 8 2.5 Points Click to see additional instructions In a single-precision IEEE-754 floating-point format, the maximum true exponent (in decimal) in normalized- numbers is Mark for Review What's This? Part 3 of 8 Question 3 of 8 2.5 Points Click to see additional instructions In a single-precision IEEE-754 floating point format, the biased exponent (in decimal) when the number represents -zero is Mark for Review What's This?
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1. Smallest Normalized number: 1.000000000000000000000002 × 2127 =1.0 × 2-126 So minimum true exponent is -126. 2. Largest Normalized number:  1.111111111111111111111112 × 2127 =(2-2-23 ... See the full answer