Determine the voltage resolution of converter, Physics

1. A 12-bit analog-to-digital converter (ADC) works over the range of -5 volts to + 5 volts. 

(a) What is the voltage resolution of this converter?  

(b) Assuming -5 V is represented by 000 000 000 000 and +5 V is represented by 111 111 111 111, how would -4 V be represented?

 

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