Assuming one of the bits is used to store the sign of the number (i.e. positive or negative), what is the largest number (absolute va+?

Assuming one of the bits is used to store the sign of the number (i.e. positive or negative), what is the largest number (absolute value) you can store in a 1-byte memory space? (i.e. There are only 7 bits that contain values).

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  • 1 month ago

    I think it would be 127

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