Q: What can be divided by a number without leaving a denominator?

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Any number. Can be divided by 1 without remainder.

46 can be divided by these numbers without leaving a remainder: 1 2 23 and 46.

Any multiple of that number can be.

They are factors of that number

Yes!

composite * * * * * Not necessarily. Any number, other than 1, can be divided by another number (ie 1) without leaving a remainder. 1 is nore prime or composite cause it cant be divided by ANY number!

That's the definition of a multiple.

That's the definition of a multiple.

1 can be divided into both numbers with no remainder

In a fraction the denominator is divided into the numerator which is above the denominator

All multiples of 103, which is an infinite number.

That's the definition of a multiple.

You do not "make" a common denominator. It is a consequence of the way in which numbers and multiplication are defined. A common denominator of a set of numbers is any number which can be evenly divided (divided without remainder) by every member of the set.

It is: 12

All multiples of 120, which is an infinite number.

12

The smallest number that can be divided by two or more different denominator is 2. It can be divided by itself and 1.

The numerator is divided by the denominator.

93 is an odd number. It cannot be divided by two without leaving a remainder.

0.0139

Denominator - the bottom number of a fraction. In the term "1/2" or "one-half," the one is the numerator (top number) and the two is the denominator. It is what the top number is divided by. Nothing "does" denominator.

It is an even number as it can be divided by 2 without leaving a remainder. 2016 ÷ 2 = 1008

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One.

Multiple, Prime?