## What is another word for denominator?

Pronunciation: [dɪnˈɒmɪnˌe͡ɪtə] (IPA)

A denominator in mathematics refers to the bottom number in a fraction that represents the total number of equal parts a whole is divided into. Some common synonyms for the term "denominator" include divisor, quotient, and fraction. The term "divisor" specifically refers to the number that divides another number equally without any remainder. When two numbers are divided, the "quotient" represents the result of the division and refers to the number of times one number can fit inside another. Similarly, the term "fraction" also refers to a numeric value representing a part of a whole, where the denominator represents the total number of parts the whole is divided into. Other related terms include "common denominator" and "lowest common denominator.

# Synonyms for Denominator:

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## What are the hypernyms for Denominator?

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# What are the opposite words for denominator?

The word "denominator" refers to the bottom number in a fraction, which represents the total number of equal parts in a whole. Some antonyms for "denominator" include "numerator," which is the top number in a fraction, representing the number of those equal parts that are being counted, and "non-fraction," which refers to a whole number that is not represented as a fraction. Other antonyms include "addition," which refers to combining or increasing values, and "multiplication," which refers to repeated addition or finding the product of values. These antonyms provide different viewpoints on mathematical concepts and can help deepen one's understanding.

number trait

## Usage examples for Denominator

In preparing a study of this kind one feels the need of limiting its scope, by reducing the denominator as Arthur Helps remarked.
"The Government of England (Vol. I)"
A. Lawrence Lowell
The ability of a culture finally to pound all of its swords-its intellectual ones as well as its steel ones-into ploughshares must be some kind of least common denominator for cultures that are headed for the stars.
"The Sword"
Frank Quattrocchi
But the conception of energy is more adaptable, and hence better qualified to serve as a common denominator for various aspects of experience.
"The Approach to Philosophy"
Ralph Barton Perry

## Famous quotes with Denominator

• We have almost succeeded in leveling all human activities to the common denominator of securing the necessities of life and providing for their abundance.
Hannah Arendt
• Among those whom I like or admire, I can find no common denominator, but among those whom I love, I can: all of them make me laugh.
W. H. Auden
• Before I thought there was a common denominator between my films - as if all my characters were sisters - but I'm not so sure now.
Juliette Binoche
• If you fear making anyone mad, then you ultimately probe for the lowest common denominator of human achievement.
Jimmy Carter
• Yeah, I think the common denominator - and this is probably going to sound like Acting 101 - but the common denominator is belief in the character in the moment.
Jenna Elfman

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