Here we will define what "the divisors of 125" means and show you how to find the divisors of 125.
First, note that in a division problem like x divided by y equals z, x is the dividend, y is the divisor, and z is the quotient as illustrated here:
Dividend / Divisor = Quotient
Divisors of 125 are all the unique whole number divisors that make the quotient a whole number if you make the dividend 125:
125 / Divisor = Quotient
To find all the divisors of 125, we first divide 125 by every whole number up to 125 like so:
125 / 1 = 125
125 / 2 = 62.5
125 / 3 = 41.67
125 / 4 = 31.25
Then, we take the divisors from the list above if the quotient was a whole number. This new list is the Divisors of 125.
The Divisors of 125 are as follows:
1, 5, 25, and 125.
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