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- How can I write the vector notation of quantum states when I have a 2 qubit system?

I am confused about the vector notation of quantum states when I have a 2 qubit system.

For 1 qubit, I just write l1> = (0 ;1 ) for representing 1,

and l0> = (1;0) for representing 0.

Dirac notation is straightforward

However when it comes to representing two qubits in linear algebra I am confused :(

What is the vector notations for the following ones? Can you suggest a method to calculate them I don't want to memorize.

l00> = ?

l11>= ?

l10>= ?

l01>= ?

Thanks in advance!

For 1 qubit, I just write l1> = (0 ;1 ) for representing 1,

and l0> = (1;0) for representing 0.

Dirac notation is straightforward

However when it comes to representing two qubits in linear algebra I am confused :(

What is the vector notations for the following ones? Can you suggest a method to calculate them I don't want to memorize.

l00> = ?

l11>= ?

l10>= ?

l01>= ?

Thanks in advance!