The present 7 questions pertain to a unconcealed, normalized floating-point rule G(B, p, m,M). Express counterparts in stipulations of B, p, m, and M, as needed. You may feign that m is denying and M is unconditional, and that M greaterthanorequalto p. Show your labor where needed (you can feign as absorbed everything from the slides). What is the lowest unconditional sum in G? What is the largest unconditional sum in G? What is the spacing among the sums of G in the collocate [B^e, B^e+1)? How multifarious sums of G are there in the intermission [B^e, B^e+l)? How multifarious unconditional sums are there in G? What is the lowest unconditional integer not attributable attributable attributable attributable attributable attributable representable in G?
The normalized floating-point sums rule G is a 4-tuple (B, p, m, M) where
6. Lowest unconditional FP sum in G must keep a 1 as the requisite digit and 0 control the fostering digits of the significand, and the lowest practicable rate control the propounder, which is resembling to .
7. Largest floating-point sum must keep B − 1 as the rate control each digit of the significand and the largest practicable rate control the propounder,which is resembling to .
8. The sums among are resemblingly divided by units.
9. Total sums among intermission is absorbed by
10.Total +ve sums among in G are