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JMU-MCA
SAMPLE THEORY
BINARY NUMBER SYSTEM
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1.
Let A = [aij] be a square matrix of order n and let Cij be cofactor of aij in A. Then the
transpose of the matrix of cofactors of elements of A is called the adjoint of A and is
T
Thus, adj A = [Cij] ⇒ (adj A)ij = Cji = cofactor of aij in A.
 a11 a12
If A =  a21 a22
 a31 a32
a13 
a23  ,
a33 
 C11 C12
C
 21 C22
 C31 C32
T
C13   C11 C21 C31 
C23  = C12 C22 C32  ,
C33  C13 C23 C33 
where C denotes the cofactor of a in A.
ij
ij
p q
Example:1 Find the adjoint of matrix A = 
,
r s
Sol.
∴
C
11
= s, C
12
= –r, C
21
T
 s –r 
s
=

 –q p 
 –r
= –q, C
22
=p
–q
p 
Properties of adjoint matrix : If A, B are square matrices of order n and Ι is
n
corresponding unit matrix, then
n
(Thus A (adj A) is always a scalar matrix)
n–1
n–2
A, |A| ≠ 0.
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(n−1)2
T
T
m
m
n–1
(xi) A is symmetric matrix ⇒ adj A is also symmetric matrix.
(xii) A is diagonal matrix ⇒ adj A is also diagonal matrix.
(xiii) A is triangular matrix ⇒ adj A is also triangular matrix
(xiv) A is singular ⇒ |adj A| = 0
Ex.2 Find the adjoint of matrix A, where
1 2 
A=

3 −5 
Sol.
Writing the given matrix
 1 2  a11 a12 
A=
 , we have
 ≡ a
a
3
−
5

  21
22 
A
A
11
21
= co-factor of a
= –5 ; A
= co-factor of a
= –2 ; A
11
Hence
21
 A 11
 A12
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12
22
= co-factor of a
= –3
= co-factor of a
=1
12
22
A 21   −5 −2 
=
A 22   −3 1 
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We have |A| =
1
2
3 −5
= –5 – 6 = –11.
...(1)
 1 2   −5 −2


3 −5   −3 1 
 −5 − 6 −2 + 2  −11 0 
 =  0 −11
−
15
+
15
−
6
−
5

 

= 
 1 0
 = |A| I, by (1)
0 1
.....(2)
= – 11 
 −5 −2   1 2 


 −3 1  3 −5 
 −5 − 6 −10 + 10   −11 0 
 =  0 −11
−
3
+
3
−
6
−
5

 

= 
 1 0
 = |A| I.
0
1


= – 11 
Hence
2.
Verified.
BINARY NUMBER SYSTEM
The coefficient of binary number have two possible values: 0 and 1. Each coefficient
of binary number is multiplied by powers of 2’s.
example:1 Find out the decimal equivalent of 11011.11.
Sol. The decimal equivalent can be obtained by multiplying each place of binary
number with appropriate power of two as shown:
4
3
2
1
0
–1
1×2 +1×2 +0×2 +1×2 +1×2 +1×2
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–2
+1×2
= 26.75.
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In general for a base-r system, the decimal equivalent of it can be obtained by
multiplying with power’s of r.
n
ar +a
n
n–1
r
n–1
n–2
+a
r
n–2
0
–1
........+ a r + a r + a ⋅r
1
0
–1
–2
+ a ⋅r
–2
–3
–m
⋅ r .....a– r
–3
m
+a
where coefficient a range in value from 0 to r–1.
j
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BINARY TO OCTAL AND HEXADECIMAL BASE COVERSION:
The conversion from and to binary, octal, and hexadecimal plays an important part in
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digital computers. Since 2 = 8 and 2 = 16, each octal digit corresponds to three
binary digits and each hexadecimal digit corresponds to four binary digits. The
conversion from binary to octal is easily accomplished by partitioning the binary
number into groups of three digits each,starting from the binary point and proceeding
to the left and to the right. The corresponding octal digit is then assigned to each
group.
The following example illustrates the procedure.
Example:1 Convert the (10110001101011.111100000110)2 in octal equivalent.
Sol.


 10 110 001 101 011 ⋅ 111 100 000 110  = (26153.7406)8


7
5
4
1
3
0
6 2
2 6
Example:2 Convert the (10110001101011.111100000110)2 in hexadecimal
equivalent.
Sol.
Conversion from binary to hexadecimal is similar, except that the binary
number is divided into groups of four digits.


 10 1100 0110 1011 ⋅ 1111 0010  = (2C6B.F2)16


F
6
B
2 2
C
2
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