Math and Arithmetic

# Can you divide 9 into 30 evenly?

No. These are the numbers that divide evenly into 30: 1 2 3 5 6 10 15 and 30.

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The smallest number into which both 20 and 30 will divide evenly is 60.

Yes, 378 divides into 9 evenly. 378/9 = 42

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The number that can divide evenly into 6 and 9 would be 3.

Yes, but 3 divides 54723 evenly and 9 does not divide 54723 evenly

Not evenly because there will be a remainder of 1

1, 3 and 9 are the only integers that can divide into 9 evenly with no remainder.

Because 9 doesn't divide evenly into 136 with no remainder.

There are many numbers 5 &amp; 30 can divide into evenly, 150 is one

A factor can divide into its multiple evenly.

Not evenly, 48 divided by 9 equals 5 with a remainder of 3.

Yes, 415 is divisible by 9 but it doesn't divide evenly. 415/9=46.111111111

Because 1, 3 and 9 are the only integers that divide into 9 evenly with no remainder.

480 is divisible by 9 but not evenly. When you divide 480 by 9 you get a quotient of 53 and a remainder of 3

Because 30 is the smallest number that both 10 and 15 can divide into evenly with no remainder.

729 = 3x3x3x3x3x3 so 3, 9, 27, 81, and 243 will all divide into 729 evenly.

By using the 30's and 50's common factors, which are 1, 2, 5, 10.

775/9 = 86 with a remainder of 1, so 9 does not divide evenly into 775, so 9 is NOT a factor of 775

Because 63 is the smallest number that both 7 and 9 will divide into evenly with no remainder.

Any of its factors which are: 1, 3, 9, 13, 39 and 117

Not necessarily. 8 is a multiple but it does not divide evenly into 5.

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