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We have some hardware that takes a 50MHz clock signal, multiplies it by up to 32, and then divides it by up to 32, with the option to divide the final output by 4 again.

The output must be between 8 and 210 MHz.

say the user wants 33.33 MHz. We multiply by two and divide by three.

But what if they want 32.768? Without my lookup table or a good formula, I'd have a hard time picking the right factors.

Does that remind anyone of anything you've come across in classes or on your own?

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# Problem Solving

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