I work a lot in binary. I am organizing some of my work and need a way to write expressions. I can always create my own notation, but i would rather not invent something that already exists.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

1011 is binary for 11 base 10. I use this {3,1,0} to represent the binary with just exponents. When I multiply this is the notation I use: {3,1,0}(1) ={4,2,1} This is ok , but division is awkward, {4,2,1}/(1) = {3,1,0} Any help will be appreciated.

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# I Standard notation needed for binary numbers as exponents

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