Posted by **Damon** on Tuesday, August 7, 2007 at 12:14pm.

Find the binary equivalent of x^8+x^3+x+1

x^1000 + x^11 + x + 1

I just converted the decimal-format exponents to binary format (0's and 1's times powers of 2).

The reason you did not get a reply so far is that most of the tutors have probably never heard of the "binary equivalent" of an algebraic expression, at least I haven't.

What does that mean?

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