Complete a 2 place right shift on the binary number 11001011.=00110010
Explain the effect of performing a 2 place right shift on the binary number 11001011.=two binary shifts to the right half the number twice.
Second one looks like a good answer
First one: what happened to the 11 at the end when you shifted to the right?
Binary numbers do not HAVE to be 8 bits....they can be any number of bits.... a BYTE is 8 bits so if you wanna have bytes (or hexadecimal digits....later) you will need 8 positions
shifting 11001011 two places to the right would make 00110010.11 or 110010.11 same number .....