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Synonyms for divisor

one of two or more integers that can be exactly divided into another integer

the number by which a dividend is divided

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A Boolean-near-ring (B, [disjunction], [and]) is having the proper subset, having a nonzero divisor of A, as an associate ring, with suitable definitions for [disjunction] and [and],
In [section] 2 we fix our notation and provide the necessary background from the theory of divisors on graphs.
The number 65536 has divisors 1+2+4+ 8+1 6+32+ 64+128 +256+51 2+1024+20 4096+8192+16384+32768+ 65536=131071 Then 131071 has divisors 1+ 131071= 2x65536, which is double the number 65536 we began with.
As noted above, the proper divisors of 30 are 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 10, and 15, which add up to 42.
2](n) denotes the number of positive divisors of n.
In practical hyperelliptic curve cryptosystems, the vital computation that dominates the whole running time is scalar multiplication, that is, the computation of the repeated divisor adding
Change the divisors, as in the lower part of the table, and you change the distribution of seats - to the detriment of the largest party.
No proper divisor of a perfect number can be perfect.
A number p is prime when its only divisors are 1 and itself.
New CYC and CMR divisors are available from the American Stock Exchange (call 1-800-THE AMEX).
The High Performance Spread Spectrum Solution Offers Lower Integration Cost at Smaller Die Area, and the High Precision PLL Offers Higher Output Frequency Granularity, While Maintaining 50% Duty Cycle at Lower Power for Even and Odd Output Divisors
2] Laszlo Toth, On certain arithmetic function involing exponential divisors, II.
gt;N-k]([alpha]) is a set of integers stable by the operation of taking greatest common divisors.
In addition to original articles, the book contains three surveys devoted to singularities of theta divisors, compactified Jacobians of singular curves, and 'strange duality' among moduli spaces of vector bundles on algebraic varieties.
We say that the positive integer N is perfect if it is the sum of all its divisors, including 1, but less that N itself.