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Q: Does anything but 1 and 83 divide into 83?

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Only 1 can evenly divide both 83 and 60.

Anything you divide by 1 is the original number.

83/1any number like 83, 56, 398432948, 3424323421824943829583495834905; can all be written over 1 because the fraction bar also means "to divide" So if you take any of these numbers above and divide it by 1 you should still get the same number that you started with!!

83 x 1 82 + 1 84 - 1 83 ÷ 1

I divide 166 by 2 and get 83. I then do some tests and determine that 83 is prime, so 2 x 83 = 166.

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120 is not divisible by 83. 120 divided by 83 equals 1 with a remainder of 37.

Only 1 can evenly divide both 83 and 60.

Itself or 1; 83 is a prime number.

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Divide 415 by 5 = 83 The set of 5 numbers is 83-2, 83-1, 83, 83+1, 83+2 or 81, 82, 83, 84, 85.

1, 2, 83, 166.

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83 is a prime number. Therefore, the only numbers that divide equally into it are itself and 1.

Anything you divide by 1 is the original number.

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83/1any number like 83, 56, 398432948, 3424323421824943829583495834905; can all be written over 1 because the fraction bar also means "to divide" So if you take any of these numbers above and divide it by 1 you should still get the same number that you started with!!

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