Study guides

☆☆

Q: What is a whole number that divides into another whole with a remainder of zero?

Write your answer...

Submit

Related questions

It's a factor of the whole number that it divides into with no remainder.

It is called a factor.

A factor.

2 divides 4 into 2 with no remainder, 3 divides 6, 12 divides 36, 4 divides 12, there are way to many to name them allIs called a factor.

A factor.

factor

A factor of the number.

It is a factor.

It is the remainder that is sometimes left over but not always.

A factor

Undefined: You cannot divide by zero

The largest cube is 23 = 8 which divides 72 with a remainder of 0.

77

Factors, such as 12 or 24

A divisor.

The first one is a "factor" of the second one.

It is a factor.

A number that divides into a whole number evenly is called a "factor" of that number.

It's the largest whole number that divides into each of them evenly with no remainder.

You can only do multiplation so a whole number is divisble by another whole number when the quotient is a whole number and the remainder is 0

Any whole number that can be divided into another whole number with out any remainder is a factor of that number.

yes a factor is a whole number that divides into another whole number so 4 would be a factor of 8, 12, 16, 20, etc...

Because 13 divides evenly into 26 with no remainder.

The lowest common factor (the smallest positive whole number which divides into all the numbers without any remainder) of 3, 4, 16 is 1, as it is for any set of numbers. The highest common factor (the largest positive whole number which divides into all the numbers without any remainder) is also 1. The lowest common multiple ((the smallest positive whole number into which divide all the numbers without any remainder, ie the smallest positive whole number which is a multiple of all the numbers) is 48.

19/40 is in the reduced form as there is no whole number that divides 19 and 40 evenly (remainder zero).