The INC instruction takes a maximum of ____ operands. Finish the instruction to decrement 1 from a 16-bit val variable using NASM: DEC _____. When using GAS, the first operand is the ____ operand. When using MASM, the first operand is the _____ operand. The NEG instruction changes a value from positive to negative by converting it into its _____ representation. When using a QWORD value as an operand for the MUL instruction, the result will be stored in ______. The IMUL instruction can accept _____ operand(s). Performing division with DIV using a 32-bit dividend implies that the dividend must be stored in ______. When using the DIV instruction and a 64-bit divisor the quotient is stored in _____ and the remainder in _____. The IDIV instruction can accept _____ operand(s). CBW, CWD, CDQ, and COO will allow you to ______ extend the _____ register. Aligning data to ______ memory addresses can help the processor access data faster. A variable that contains a memory address is an example of _____ addressing. Storing the address of a variable in GAS is done using the ______ instruction. The ______ instruction copies a value and extends the sign while the _____ instruction copies a value and extends zeros.