CMPU 101 - Assignment 2 |
Due: by the beginning of class (12:00 noon) on Wednesday, February 8th |

This assignment is a paper-and-pencil assignment.

Convert the following decimal numbers to binary:

- 3
- 24
- 111
- 179
- 395

Convert the following binary numbers to decimal:

- 10000
- 1111111
- 10001100
- 100100001
- 100101011

Consider the following Java variable declaration that represents
some number of pennies (one-cent coins) as an **int**:

int numberOfPennies =???;

Note that the value used to initialize the variable has been obscured. Assume that it contains a non-negative value, but that you don't know exactly what value it contains.

Write additional Java statements that will compute:

- The number of whole dollars (1 dollar = 100 cents) in the
monetary value of
**numberOfPennies** - The amount of change left over after taking out the whole dollars from the amount

For example, if **numberOfPennies** has the value 242,
then the number of whole dollars is 2, and the amount of change
is 42.