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Here is a link to a Binary Calculator. Online Binary Calculator

Also, most computers come with a calculator which can perform binary operations when in 'programming' mode.

## The Three Steps Of Binary Division!

- Line up the divisor with the most significant end (left-most bits) of the dividend.
- Compare the binary snippet (bits) of the dividend to the divisor a) If the dividend is greater than or equal to the divisor, then add a 1 to the quotient from the left of any other quotient bits and perform the binary subtraction. b) If the divisor is greater than the dividend, then add 0 to the quotient (from left) and do not perform subtraction.
- Shift the divisor one binary digit (bit) to the right and go to step #2.

Binary division is a lot like decimal division, but if you do not understand binary subtraction then that may complicate binary division for you. Here are some binary division problem and answer examples I created as pictures. The work is shown so you can see how to go about using the 3 steps above. If you cannot see the pictures then please notify me.

Here is a link to a Binary Calculator. Online Binary Calculator

Also, most computers come with a calculator which can perform binary operations when in 'programming' mode.

**In Windows 7 the path is Start > All Programs > Accessories > Calculator**
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