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A divisor is the number being divided by in a division problem. For example, 6/3=2. 3 is the divisor in that example. A factor is the part of a multiplication problem that is being multiplied. A multiplication problem can have two or more factors. For example, 3 times 2 equals 6. 3 and 2 are the factors in that example.

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No difference. We frequently use factor when we multiply and divisor when we divide, but they're essentially the same thing.

No difference. We frequently use factor when we multiply and divisor when we divide, but they're essentially the same thing.

If that's greatest common factor and greatest common divisor, there is no difference between them.

No. Different words for the same thing.

No difference.

A divisor goes into a dividend.

Divisor: the number by which a dividend is divided Dividend: a number to be divided

Divisor: the number by which a dividend is divided Dividend: a number to be divided

No. A divisor is the same as a factor and six is not a factor of eight.

No. Divisor is the same as factor.

"Factor" and "Divisor" are synonyms.

Because divisor is a synonym for factor.

A divisor is also known as a factor.

Factor and divisor are synonyms in this context.

no cause the factor game is way different then a divisor game

There is no difference between "factor of safety" and "safety factor." They are two ways of saying the same thing.

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divisor

A product (multiple) is divisible by a factor (divisor)

The vocabulary word for an exact divisor of a number is factor.

factor

divisor

It can be.

divisor

Yes.