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    16-bit 1's complement

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    I am very confused on how to answer the following question. It would really help me out a lot if I could get a step-by-step explanation of how to answer this.

    I want to know what the 16-bit 1's complement of 1000 will be? 1000 is a decimal number.

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    To find 16-bit 1's complement of the decimal value 1000, we first need to represent it as a 16-bit binary value.

    1000 (decimal) = 00000011 11101000 (binary)

    Note: The binary ...

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    To find 16-bit 1's complement of the decimal value 1000, we first need to represent it as a 16-bit binary value.

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