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It turns out that twos complement is just one of many ways to use binary to represent negative numbers. In this episode, we examine the use of offset or biased notation to represent signed integers.

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Computer Organization and Design Fundamentals Series was created as part of the East Tennessee State University’s Open Educational Resources (OERs) Awards Program.

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Episode 3.05 – Introduction to Offset or Biased Notation Transcript in PDF

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Episode 3.05 – Introduction to Offset or Biased Notation Transcript in Word

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