2. For the following instructions, use the Data Memory (RAM) table below. Draw what the memory looks like after…

2. For the following instructions, use the Data Memory (RAM) table below. Draw what the memory looks like after…

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2. For the following instructions, use the Data Memory (RAM) table below. Draw what the memory looks like “after”
each instruction is executed. You don’t have to draw the whole table, just draw what changed. Treat each
instruction separately, meaning after a), reset the RAM back to the way it was. Show all work!
ADDRESS
R3
R4
0x44AC
0x44AE
a. ADD.W @R4, R3
DATA
0xC72D
0x44AC
0x643E
OxA1F2
b. AND.W #0xF2AC, 2 (R4)
c. BIS.W &0x78B2, R4
d. BIC.W #0xAAAA, R3
e. RRA. W R3

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To visualize the changes in the Data Memory RAM table after each instruction we will use a simplifie
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