# Electronics - Arithmetic Operations and Circuits

Exercise : Arithmetic Operations and Circuits - True or False

- Arithmetic Operations and Circuits - General Questions
- Arithmetic Operations and Circuits - True or False
- Arithmetic Operations and Circuits - Filling the Blanks

1.

Signed binary numbers have one bit that represents the sign, with the remaining bits representing the magnitude.

2.

The operands in a subtraction operation are the subend and the minuend.

3.

A technique to speed parallel addition by eliminating the delay caused by the carry bit propagation is called
fast carry, or look-ahead carry.

4.

End around carry is an operation in 1's complement subtraction where a 1 is added to the sum of the 1's complement of both numbers.

5.

The operands in an addition operation consist of the augend and the addend.

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