I am trying to learn binary long division, and I am confused. An example in my book gives that $10011010000/1101 = 11111001$ plus a remainder of $101$, which doesn't make sense, since $1001$ is not divisible by $1101$, and so the first digit should be $0$. When I use an online calculator, it gives me a result of $01011110$, which makes more sense. Could anybody enlighten me, please?
To add some context, this is the polynomial long division involved in CRC computation. Maybe the numbers, which represent the coefficients of polynomials, aren't supposed to be converted to decimal? The number being divided had already been extended by the degree of the divisor.