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suggest a possible way to represent negative numbers in binary....HELP PLZ:)

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A simple way would be to use a flag bit to denote a negative value.
no, i mean is there a way to write it down... ex) 11 written in binary is:1011. how do you write -11?
Do you only have a 4bit number representation?

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http://simple.wikipedia.org/wiki/Negative_binary_numbers
In other words, with 8 bits, a negative 11 would be 10001011
thats so cool. who came up with this?!
That I do not know. Probably someone at IBM. :)
awesome. thanks for ur help!
You're welcome.

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