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**Dimas**
**Math Review:**

The multiplication of two integers yields a third integer. The first two integers are called *factors*, and the third integer is called the *product*. The product is said to be a *multiple *of both factors, and it is also *divisible *by both factors.

Whenever an integer *N *is divisible by an integer *x*, we say that *x *is a *divisor*

of *N*.

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According to these definitions, divisors and factors of an integer N are the same set of numbers.