# Category:Divisors

This category contains results about Divisors in the context of Algebra.

Definitions specific to this category can be found in Definitions/Divisors.

Let $\struct {\Z, +, \times}$ be the ring of integers.

Let $x, y \in \Z$.

Then **$x$ divides $y$** is defined as:

- $x \divides y \iff \exists t \in \Z: y = t \times x$

## Subcategories

This category has the following 21 subcategories, out of 21 total.

### A

### C

### D

### E

### F

### M

### P

### S

## Pages in category "Divisors"

The following 59 pages are in this category, out of 59 total.

### A

### C

### D

- Divides is Reflexive
- Divisibility of Elements of Pythagorean Triple by 7
- Divisibility of Fibonacci Number
- Divisibility of Fibonacci Number/Corollary
- Divisibility of Product of Consecutive Integers
- Division Theorem
- Divisor Divides Multiple
- Divisor is Reciprocal of Divisor of Integer
- Divisor of Sum of Coprime Integers
- Divisor Relation is Antisymmetric
- Divisor Relation is Transitive
- Divisor Relation on Positive Integers is Partial Ordering
- Divisors obey Distributive Law
- Divisors of Factorial
- Divisors of One

### I

- Integer Divided by Divisor is Integer
- Integer Divides its Absolute Value
- Integer Divides its Negative
- Integer Divides Itself
- Integer Divides Zero
- Integer Divisor Results
- Integer Divisor Results/Divisors of Negative Values
- Integer Divisor Results/Integer Divides its Absolute Value
- Integer Divisor Results/Integer Divides its Negative
- Integer Divisor Results/Integer Divides Itself
- Integer Divisor Results/Integer Divides Zero
- Integer Divisor Results/One Divides all Integers

### N

### O

### P

### S

- Sequence of Numbers Divisible by Sequence of Primes
- Set of 3 Integers each Divisor of Sum of Other Two
- Smallest Integer Divisible by All Numbers from 1 to 100
- Subtraction of Multiples of Divisors obeys Distributive Law
- Sum of Squares of Divisors of 24 and 26 are Equal
- Sum Over Divisors Equals Sum Over Quotients
- Summation of Summation over Divisors of Function of Two Variables