Take the MSB of the first number (if 0 can skip), enter -(2 to the power of that digits index). Add it to the rest of the binary number after removing the MSB from that number (Ex: -1446 + 0b1101110101). The calculator will give you the result as a decimal number (base 10).

Do the same for the other one and add. Hope this helps someone who may have the same query.

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