The Cardiovascular System : Types of Blood Vessels (14:09)
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•Types of blood vessels

     •Arteries

     •Arterioles

     •Metarterioles

     •Capillaries

     •Venules

     •Veins

•The tu

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7.2 Adding 2's complement integers

The leftmost bit at the start of a 2's complement integer (which represents the presence or absence of the weighting −128) is treated in just the same way as all the other bits in the integers. So the rules given at the start of Section 7.1 for adding unsigned integers can be used.

Example 7

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