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di·vi·sor

 (dĭ-vī′zər)
n.
The quantity by which another quantity, the dividend, is to be divided.

divisor

(dɪˈvaɪzə)
n
1. (Mathematics) a number or quantity to be divided into another number or quantity (the dividend)
2. (Mathematics) a number that is a factor of another number

di•vi•sor

(dɪˈvaɪ zər)

n.
1. a number by which another number, the dividend, is divided.
2. a number contained in another given number a certain integral number of times, without a remainder.
[1425–75; late Middle English < Latin dīvīsor one who divides =dīvīd- + -tor -tor]

di·vi·sor

(dĭ-vī′zər)
A number used to divide another. In the equation 15 ÷ 3 = 5, 3 is the divisor.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.divisor - one of two or more integers that can be exactly divided into another integer; "what are the 4 factors of 6?"
prime factor - the prime factors of a quantity are all of the prime quantities that will exactly divide the given quantity
integer, whole number - any of the natural numbers (positive or negative) or zero; "an integer is a number that is not a fraction"
equivalent-binary-digit factor - the average number of binary digits needed to express one radix digit in a numeration system that is not binary; on the average a number that can be expressed in N decimal digits takes 3.3N binary digits
common divisor, common factor, common measure - an integer that divides two (or more) other integers evenly
2.divisor - the number by which a dividend is divided
number - a concept of quantity involving zero and units; "every number has a unique position in the sequence"
denominator - the divisor of a fraction
aliquot, aliquot part - an integer that is an exact divisor of some quantity; "4 is an aliquot part of 12"
aliquant, aliquant part - an integer that is not an exact divisor of some quantity; "5 is an aliquant part of 12"
Translations
dělitel
divisor

divisor

[dɪˈvaɪzəʳ] Ndivisor m

divisor

n (Math) → Divisor m

divisor

[dɪˈvaɪzəʳ] n (Math) → divisore m
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I am afraid so--thirteen is a dreadful divisor for a small family estate.
That being looking for total number of divisors within dividend.
The only singularities of the foliation are at the intersection of the divisors, where the foliation has, locally, a first integral (the holonomy is trivial).
As each seat is allocated, each party's total votes are then divided by larger divisors proportional to the number of seats it has already secured, and new seats are allocated based on which party has the highest resulting quotient for that round.
They cover a brief introduction to Enriques surfaces; moduli spaces and locally symmetric varieties; moduli of sheaves; Hilbert schemes of points on surfaces; compactification by GIT-stability of the moduli space of abelian varieties; divisors on Burniat surfaces; restricted Lazarsfeld-Mukai bundles and canonical curves; bit I-functions; on the moduli of degree four Del Pezzo surfaces; derived categories of K3 surfaces, symplectic automorphisms, and the Conway group; order 40 automorphisms of K3 surfaces; Kahlerian K3 surfaces and Niemeier lattices; and Bridgeland's stability and the positive cone of the moduli spaces of stable objects on an abelian surface.
Thus we find more rectangle dimension pairs using neighboring divisors as follows.
Contract awarded for 2016 Year of elevator maintenance work (contract price) Quote of the small divisors
Whether or not Ruffini knew that the technique could be extended to polynomial divisors of higher degree is largely irrelevant to this article, because the focus of this discussion is on the implications of the technique for high school mathematics.
In this picture distinct statistics follows from the existence of the two types of "light-cones" in the octonionic (4+4)-space (9), what shows itself in the definitions of the primitive zero divisors (26) and (30).
These codes have been studied for a particular case when codes are generated by monic right divisors of [x.
The conditions of divisors ending with 8, 4, 2, 6 and 5 given by (Chauthaiwale, 2012) were relaxed after describing their mathematical background.