Binary arithmetic, Operating System

The principle is that of ordinary addition; however remember the highest number is 1.
Calculate the following:
                          11001 +
                            11001 +
Subtraction of binary is difficult, however uses 2 compliment it is easier.

Calculate the following:
Step One: Invert 11010 and add 1
        11010 -> 00101 + 1 = 00110
Step two: Replace -11010 with 00110 and add
Step three: Remove msb         = 110012

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