A computer has a 32-bit instruction word broken into ields as follows: opcode, six bits; two register

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A computer has a 32-bit instruction word broken into ields as follows:
opcode, six bits; two register ile address ields, ive bits each; and one immediate operand/register ile address ield, 16 bits.

(a) What is the maximum number of operations that can be speciied?

(b) How many registers can be addressed?

(c) What is the range of unsigned immediate operands that can be provided?

(d) What is the range of signed immediate operands that can be provided, assuming that the operands are in 2s complement representation and that bit 15 is the sign bit?

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Logic And Computer Design Fundamentals

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Authors: M. Morris Mano, Charles Kime, Tom Martin

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