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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
References in classic literature ?
I am afraid so--thirteen is a dreadful divisor for a small family estate.
Whether you're using SUMIF or SUMIFS, the problem is that you're calculating the same answer over and over and over as the divisor in the formula.
How does the remainder relate to the divisor (amount of sugar per bag)?
Up to a bimeromorphic transformation, Z is either empty, a rational curve of vanishing self-intersection, or supports a divisor D of elliptic fiber type, a divisor such that D x D = 0 and [chi](D) = 0.
In the 2014 national elections, leaders of large blocs passed what is referred to as "modified Sainte-Lague," raising the initial divisor from 1 to 1.
Chapters discuss the pigeonhole principle, the greatest common divisor, squares, digital sums, arithmetic and geometric progressions, complementary sequences, quadratic functions and equations, parametric solutions for real equations, the scalar project, equilateral triangles in the complex plane, recurrence relations, sequences given by implicit relations, and matrices associated to second order recurrences.
According to the company, the key to success is understanding the pricing mechanism and pricing parameters like dimensional weight pricing, divisor value and threshold value.
let, GCD be the greatest common divisor of screen dimensions SW and SH.
The division operation can be reflected by N=DxQ+W, where N represents dividend MSD value with n significant digits; D represents the divisor MSD value with m significant digits; Q represents the ultimate quotient MSD value with F significant digits; W represents the ultimate remainder; F represents the maximum iterations.
It is known however that Paolo Ruffini was aware of the technique for dividing a polynomial dividend by a linear divisor with greater efficiency than algebraic long division.