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Q: What is it called when a whole number can be divided evenly by another whole number?

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It is called a whole number. Every whole number, other than 1 can be divided evenly by 1. 1 itself can be divided evenly by -1. Thus, every whole number can be divided evenly by another whole number.

It is called a whole number. Every whole number, other than 1 can be divided evenly by 1. 1 itself can be divided evenly by -1. Thus, every whole number can be divided evenly by another whole number.

It means nothing at all. Every whole number, except 1, can be divided evenly by 1. Which leaves 1 which can be divided evenly by -1. Thus every whole number can be divided evenly by another whole number.

It means nothing at all. Every whole number, except 1, can be divided evenly by 1. Which leaves 1 which can be divided evenly by -1. Thus every whole number can be divided evenly by another whole number.

A factor.

It can be divided into that number evenly with no remainder.

A number that divides evenly into another number is called a factor.

It is actually spelled "divisible", and divisible means mathematically that a number can be divided by another number evenly. For example, 14 divided by 2. That can be divided evenly, it is divisible (your answer would be 7).

If a number can be evenly divided by another number, the smaller number is a factor of the larger number.

When it divides evenly into another number.

All composite numbers.

The second number is a factor of the first.

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