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If possible, convert the decimal number 39

a. to 7-bit signed-magnitude form.
b. to 7-bit 2's-complement form.
c. to BCD form.
d. to ASCII form. (For this part, consider "39" to be a string.)

If any of these conversions is not possible, clearly explain why this is the case.

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Conversion of the decimal number 39 to different formats is as given below.

a. Since magnitude 39 can be represented in 6 bits as (100111)base2, hence the decimal number 39 can be represented in 7-bit ...

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