What is the memory space required if two unsigned 8 bit numbers are multiplied ?

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ramesh

  • Aug 19th, 2005
 

8 bits

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Neha Sinha

  • Oct 31st, 2005
 

16 bit memory is required

pvp

  • Dec 25th, 2005
 

ans is 16 bitsEx: two unsigned 2 bit numbers multiplication11 x 11 = 1001 - 4 bitssimilarly 8 bits * 8bits = 16 bits

raj

  • Feb 28th, 2006
 

u have estimated wrong answer.i m sure that mare than 8 bit memory space is required.would u plz.. explain your answer

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Ramachandran P.R

  • Apr 30th, 2006
 

it requires 16 bit memory for ex:max 8 bit value is FFso FF*FF=16 bit value

ved

  • Jun 8th, 2006
 

look....8 bit means at max 255, so if u multiply 255*255 the ans is 65025. Now 2^16 is 65536 that means we would require atleast 16 bits to represent 65025 anything less than that will not be sufficient as 2^15=32768 which is less than 65025.

san

  • Nov 3rd, 2006
 

it requires 10bits,since 99*99 is 9801 and 2^10 is 1024

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karam_sodhi@yahoo.com

  • Sep 11th, 2011
 

-128 to +127

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