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# Is there any difference between divisor and factor? What's

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26 Oct 2005, 11:33
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Is there any difference between divisor and factor? What's the definition?
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26 Oct 2005, 12:27
As far as I know, both factor and divisor mean the same. When we say 10 is a factor (or divisor) of 100, we mean that 10 divides 100 evenly (with remainder = 0)
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26 Oct 2005, 13:20
For the official (GMAT that is) definition I would go to the OG Math review section but dictionary.com seems to indicate that these two terms are synonymous.
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26 Oct 2005, 20:06
They are the same (even according to OG i think)
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