## What is Binary Division?

The binary division operation is similar to the base 10 decimal system, except the base 2. The divisionÂ is probably one of the most challenging operations of the basic arithmetic operations. There are different ways to solve division problems using binary operations. Long division is one of them and the easiest and the most efficient way. This section has been designed to answer questions about binary division, including:

- What is Binary division?
- Procedure to add two binary numbers
- Examples to Solve Binary division

## Binary Division Rules

The binary division is much easier than the decimal division when you remember the following division rules. The main rules of the binary division include:

- 1Ã·1 = 1
- 1Ã·0 = 0
- 0Ã·1 = Meaningless
- 0Ã·0 = Meaningless

Similar to the decimal number system, the binary division is similar, which follows the four-step process:

- Divide
- Multiply
- Subtract
- Bring down

**Important Note:Â **Binary division follows the long division method to find the resultant in an easy way.

### Comparison with Decimal Value

(01111100)_{2} = (1111100)_{2 }= 124_{10}

(0010)_{2} = (10)_{2} = 2_{10}

You will get the resultant value as 62 when you divide 124 by 2.

So the binary equivalent of 62 is (111110)_{2 }

(111110)_{2 }= 62_{10}

Both the binary and the decimal system produce the same result.

## Binary Division Examples

**Question:** Solve 01111100 Ã· 0010

**Solution:**

Given

01111100 Ã· 0010

Here the dividend is 01111100, and the divisor is 0010

Remove the zero’s in the **Most Significant Bit** in both the dividend and divisor, that doesn’t change the value of the number.

So the dividend becomes 1111100, and the divisor becomes 10.

Now, use the long division method.

**Step 1:**First, look at the first two numbers in the dividend and compare with the divisor. Add the number 1 in the quotient place. Then subtract the value, you get 1 as remainder.**Step 2:**Then bring down the next number from the dividend portion and do the step 1 process again**Step 3:**Repeat the process until the remainder becomes zero by comparing the dividend and the divisor value.**Step 4:**Now, in this case, after you get the remainder value as 0, you have zero left in the dividend portion, so bring that zero to the quotient portion.

Therefore, the resultant value is quotient value which is equal to 111110

So, 01111100 Ã· 0010 = 111110

**Example 2:** Solve using the long division method:Â 101101 Ã· 101

**Solution:**

So, when you bring down the fourth bit of the dividend, it does not match with the divisor. In order to bring down the 5^{th} and 6^{th} bit of the dividend, add two zeros in the quotient value.

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## Frequently Asked Questions

### What is Binary Division?

In Binary division, two binary numbers of base 2 can be divided using the basic binary division rules.

### What are the Rules of Binary Division?

The rules of binary division which are:

- 1Ã·1 = 1
- 1Ã·0 = 0
- 0Ã·1 = Meaningless
- 0Ã·0 = Meaningless

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