
Definition of Divisor
1. Noun. One of two or more integers that can be exactly divided into another integer. "What are the 4 factors of 6?"
Specialized synonyms: Prime Factor, Equivalentbinarydigit Factor, Common Divisor, Common Factor, Common Measure
Generic synonyms: Integer, Whole Number
Derivative terms: Factor, Factorize
2. Noun. The number by which a dividend is divided.
Specialized synonyms: Denominator, Aliquot, Aliquot Part, Aliquant, Aliquant Part
Definition of Divisor
1. n. The number by which the dividend is divided.
Definition of Divisor
1. Noun. (arithmetic) A number or expression that another is to be divided by. ¹
2. Noun. An integer that divides another integer an integral number of times. ¹
¹ Source: wiktionary.com
Definition of Divisor
1. a number by which a dividend is divided [n S]
Medical Definition of Divisor
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Literary usage of Divisor
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1. College Algebra: With Applications by Ernest Julius Wilczynski (1916)
"The greatest common divisor of two integers. As in Art. 4 let D and d be two
positive integers and let D be the greater of the two. ..."
2. Introduction to The National Arithmetic: On the Inductive System Combining by Benjamin Greenleaf (1874)
"A COMMON divisor. A Common divisor of two or more numbers is any 'number ...
119, To find a common divisor. Ex. 1. What is the common divisor of 10, 15, ..."
3. Elements of Geometry by Adrien Marie Legendre (1825)
"rator, and the divisor for the denominator; and to abridge it as much as possible,
we should see if the dividend and divisor have not common factors, ..."
4. The Philosophy of Arithmetic as Developed from the Three Fundamental by Edward Brooks (1880)
"A Common divisor of two or more numbers is a divisor common to all of them.
The Greatest Common divisor of several numbers is the greatest divisor common to ..."
5. Higher Arithmetic: Or, The Science and Application of Nymbers; Combining the by James Bates Thomson (1853)
"Find a common divisor of 82, 118r and 146. 6. Find a common divisor of 42 and 66.
Ans. 2, 3, or 6. 1G9. It will be seen from the last example that two ..."
6. Arithmetic: In which the Principles of Operating by Numbers are Analytically by Daniel Adams (1845)
"The greatest number that will do this, cst common divisor. 1. ... Again, we find
that 8 is a divisor common to both terms, and, dividing, we reduce the ..."