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For an expression to be divisible by another algebraic expression the divisor should be a factor of the dividend.


  1. True

  2. False


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The correct option is A

True


For an expression to be divisible by another algebraic expression the divisor should be a factor of the dividend.
Dividend=Divisor×Quotient+Remainder. If an expression is divisible by another algebraic expression the remainder is 0.
So, dividend is the product of divisor and quotient. Therefore, divisor and quotient are the factors of dividend.

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