Computer Science 111

*Due by 5 PM, Friday Feb 25, 2000*

**1.** From the text, Chapter 3 exercise 25 (p. 111)

**2.** Chapter 3 exercise 28 (p. 112)

**3.** Chapter 4 exercise 3 (p. 166)

**4.** Chapter 4 exercise 8 (p. 166)

**5.** Suppose each letter in your textbook is represented
by an 8-bit byte in ASCII code. Ignoring pictures, shading,
formatting, etc., please estimate *very roughly* how many
bytes it would take to represent the entire book. Briefly
explain how you arrived at your estimate. Then, figure out
how many books of that size could fit on a typical contemporary
PC's hard disk, which has capacity 10 *gigabytes*.
(One gigabyte is one *billion* bytes.)