Q: Is the divisor the bigger number in a division problem?

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it's the bigger number, basically, in a division problem the divisor is the smaller one that the dividend is divided by

A divisor is the number in a division problem, that you are dividing by to get your answer.

the divisor is the number you divide with the dividend

Divisor

In long division, the divisor is the number outside the division sign (it's the number that the first number is being divided by). So in this problem, the divisor would be 2.

The number doing the dividing in a division problem

The divisor oF a division problem is the number you divide by.

a divisor is the lowest number in the division problem

the second number

Divisor.

Divisor

The divisor.

In any division sum, for example, 12 / 4 = 3, the divisor is the second number - the one that the number is divided by.

The remainder can be: 0,1,2,3.

divisor

The divisor

You divide the dividend by the divisor (or the divisor 'into' the dividend) to get the quotient.

The second number. Say, if you had 6 divided by 2, then 2 in the divisor and 6 is the dividend.

In a division problem, the divisor is the number you divide by, the dividend is the number you divide into, and the quotient is the answer.

The dividend is divided by the divisor to get the quotient.

make a division problem and find the lowest number

In a division problem, the number being divided is the Dividend, the number doing the dividing is the Divisor, and the solution to the problem is called the, "Quotient". (KWO-shunt)

There are three different types of numbers in a division problem. The number that is divided is the dividend, the one that is dividing that is the divisor, and the answer to the division problem is the quotient.

The dividend is divided by the divisor to get the quotient.

The dividend is divided by the divisor, yielding the quotient.