a number that is a submultiple of all the numbers of a given set.
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- common cost,
- common council,
- common denominator,
- common difference,
- common disaster,
- common entrance,
- common era,
- common facial vein,
- common factor,
- common fee
Origin of common divisor
First recorded in 1840–50
Also called common factor.
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a number or quantity that is a factor of each member of a group of numbers or quantities5 is a common factor of 15 and 20 Also called: common divisor
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A number that is a factor of two or more numbers. For example, 3 is a common divisor of both 9 and 15. Also called common factor
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