Q: Can be divided by a number without leaving remainder?

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Any whole number can be divided by 1 without leaving a remainder.

46 can be divided by these numbers without leaving a remainder: 1 2 23 and 46.

Any number. Can be divided by 1 without remainder.

Any multiple of that number can be.

1 can be divided into both numbers with no remainder

Yes!

composite * * * * * Not necessarily. Any number, other than 1, can be divided by another number (ie 1) without leaving a remainder. 1 is nore prime or composite cause it cant be divided by ANY number!

That's the definition of a multiple.

All multiples of 103, which is an infinite number.

It is: 12

12

0.0139

93 is an odd number. It cannot be divided by two without leaving a remainder.

It is an even number as it can be divided by 2 without leaving a remainder. 2016 ÷ 2 = 1008

1, 2, 4, 8, 16, 32, 64

Multiple, Prime?

Any even number can be divided by two without a remainder.

Any integer can be divided by 1 without remainder.

That's the definition of a multiple.

There are no such numbers. Any number can be divided by SOME number without a remainder. For a start, you can divide any number except zero by itself, without a remainder. You can also divide any number by 1 - also, without a remainder.

It will be a factor of the number

A factor of a number is a number that can be divided into a number leaving no remainder.

A factor.

Six.

Any number that can be divided by 2 without having a remainder is considered an even number