A multiplier is a non-example of a divisor
The divisor is the number your dividing by, for an example (345 divided 8), 8 is the divisor. For another example as (2348 divided by 56), 56 is the divisor.
A non-example of divisor ring of integers, a division ring or a nonzero commutative ring that has no zero divisors except 0.
There are no such things as "maths," but in mathematics, the divisor is the number by which another number is divided. For example, in the equation 10:5=2, 5 is the divisor. 10 is the dividend, and 2 is the quotient.
For example: 35/7 35 is the dividend and 7 is the divisor 35 divided by 7 equals a quotient of 5
The divisors are the numbers in the outside of a division problem. example: 3)9 The three on the outside is the divisor The divisor is the adviser.
The number you use to divide an equation is called the divisor. For example, 10 Ã· 5 = 2, where 5 is the divisor.
A divisor is the number being divided by in a division problem. For example, 6/3=2. 3 is the divisor in that example. A factor is the part of a multiplication problem that is being multiplied. A multiplication problem can have two or more factors. For example, 3 times 2 equals 6. 3 and 2 are the factors in that example.
Dividend if the number that you divide, divisor is the number that you divide dividend into, and quotient is the number that you get from dividing dividend into divisor. For example, in 12/3=4, 12 is the dividend, 3 is the divisor, and 4 is the quotient.
In any division sum, for example, 12 / 4 = 3, the divisor is the second number - the one that the number is divided by.
Dividend divided by divisor equals quotient.
18 and 27 is one example. There are many others.
The divisor is the number doing the dividing, rather than the number being divided. For example, in the problem 144/12, 12 is dividing into 144, so 12 is the divisor. If you are dividing mass by volume to attempt to find density, the volume measurement will be the divisor.
The greatest divisor is the largest number that divides into a given number evenly - no remainder or fractions. For example, the greatest divisor of 75 is 25 since no number greater than 25 will go into 75 evenly.
Yes. Though, technically, any non-zero number can be a divisor of 18. For example, 18/5 = 3.6 6 is a FACTOR of 18.
A divisor is the number that does the dividing... FOr example: 6/3=2 (/ represents the division symbol) 3 is the divisor... A multiple is kind of like a pattern with times tables.... for example, 3,6, 9, 12,15.18,21 etc. 6,9,12,15,18, and 21 are all divisible by three.
for a integer n, we call d the divisor of n if d divides n without leaving a remainder. So, for example, 49/7=7 and 7 is a divisor or a factor of 49. ( n=49, d=7 in this case) Since 7 is the divisor the reciprocal of 7 is just 1/7. In general is n is a divisor, 1/n is the reciprocal.
a divisor of a number
It is 1/divisor.
The Greatest Common Divisor of two numbers is the largest number that will divide into both evenly. For example, although 27 and 81 are both divisible by 3, it wouldn't be the greatest common divisor, because 27 divides into 81 evenly as well: the greatest common divisor of 27 and 81 is 27.
an exact divisor of a number is one that leaves no remainder (a remainder of zero)--example: 27 divided by 3 is 9 but 27 divided bt 4 is 6 remainder 3 so 4 is not an exact divisor of 27 but 3 is
It means that there is no remainder in the problem. For example 9/3=3. The nine is the dividend, and the first three is the divisor. There was no remainder, so it divided evenly.
Being a divisor isn't an inherent property of a number. Rather, whether or not a number serves as a divisor depends on how a fraction is formulated. For example, in the fraction 18/6, 18 is the dividend, or the number being divided, 6 is the divisor, or the number the dividend is being divided by, and 3 is the quotient, or the result of the division.
Dividend : Divisor = Quotient
the divisor is the number your dividing into.