A number which does not divide another exactly. For instance, 4 and 5 are aliquant divisors of 6. A number which is not an aliquant divisor (i.e., one that does divide another exactly) is said to be an aliquot divisor.
See alsoAliquot Divisor, Divisor, Proper Divisor
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