IN ENGLISH: 1. n. the "divider," the number which indicates the size of the group recorded by the quotient. EX. [See the illustration for DIVISION.] When 7 is divided by 3, 3 is the divisor. It indicates one is to count the groups of 3. Since there are 2 groups of 3 possible the quotient is 2. Since there is 1 "left over," the remainder is 1.

APPLICATION: See list 70.

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