# Divisor

## Integer that is a factor of another integer / From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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In mathematics, a **divisor** of an integer $n,$ also called a **factor** of $n,$ is an integer $m$ that may be multiplied by some integer to produce $n.$^{[1]} In this case, one also says that $n$ is a *multiple* of $m.$ An integer $n$ is **divisible** or **evenly divisible** by another integer $m$ if $m$ is a divisor of $n$; this implies dividing $n$ by $m$ leaves no remainder.

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This article is about an integer that is a factor of another integer. For a number used to divide another number in a division operation, see Division (mathematics). For other uses, see Divisor (disambiguation).

"Divisible" redirects here. For divisibility of groups, see Divisible group.