Q: How would you test to see whether 7 is a factor of 29?

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Divide it. It isn't.

I would divide it. It doesn't come out even. It's not a factor.

Divide 7 into 291. If the answer is an integer, 7 is a factor.

Divide your number by 7 and see if there is a remainder. If there is a remainder, 7 is not a factor.

7 doesn't have an easy test. But when I see that 291 is made up of 280 + 11, I know that 7 is not a factor.

There isn't an easy test for 7. You have to divide it. 7 is not a factor of 291.

Divide 7 into 291. If it comes out evenly, it's a factor. It doesn't, so it's not.

By running a current through it, a piece of palladium can be tested to see whether it is a metal. If it conducts electricity with minimum resistance, then it is a metal.

Divide 291 by 7 and see if you get a whole number or is there a remainder. If it is not a whole number, then it is not a factor. 7 goes into 291 41 times with a remainder of 4, so it is not a factor.

It's easy to see whether 2 is a factor of a number because 2 is a factor of every even number and not a factor of any odd number.

To help you see your IQ. Your IQ is a factor in determining how smart you are.

you put it in the wahsing machine and when it comes out you will see, or you can feel the material because if it was silk it would be easy to know the difference

Prime numbers are the numbers that can only be divided by 1 and them selves. As in 13 if you were to factor it using only whole numbers you would see that its factors are only 1 and 13. There for it is prime. While 12 you see that the factors are 1,2,3,4,6,12 meaning that it is not prime.You test several numbers, to see whether they are prime numbers, until you find a prime number.

A 2 x 2 experimental design involves manipulating 2 factors that you are interested in, with 2 levels of each variable. For example, you may want to see the effects of both level of caffeine (factor 1) and difficulty of test (factor 2) on test performance. Thus, for factor 1 - caffeine level, you may have high amount of caffeine (factor 1 level 1), and low amount of caffeine (factor 1 level 2). For factor 2 - difficulty of test, you may have a difficult test (factor 2 level 1), and an easy test (factor 2 level 2). Then you randomly assign individuals to one of the four conditions in your experiment. In this example case the conditions would be: 1. Low caffeine, difficult test 2. High caffeine, difficult test 3. Low caffeine, easy test 4. High caffeine, easy test Then, to analyze your data, you would conduct a factorial ANOVA using SPSS or by hand if you so desire.

To see how your body handles glucose. Whether you are producing insulin or not.

See if it can carry a charge.

Divide 6 into 72. If the answer has no remainder, 6 is a factor.

Factor trees are useful when you need to see the factors of a number. It is sometimes easier to see everything spread out.

To see whether your urine tastes nice... Eg. Bear grills..

There are tests to see if you're a GOOD soccer player, but it's your choice whether or not you're a soccer player.

a streak test is a test wheree you rub a mineral across a streak plate to see the color of its streak, which is a better indentifying factor of the mineral than the external color. A scratch test is when you scratch a mineral to find out its hardness on the Mohs Scale of Hardness. This is also another useful identifying factor

I thought that you could test pills in vinegar to see if they dissolve. That would tell you if they dissolve in your body.

Easiest way is get a home test at the drug store but the best way is see your doctor

There is no test that can be done to see if you would suffer from altitude sickness or not. The only way to find out is to climb high, slowly and see how you get on.

They are used to assess a patient's coronary arteries, in order to see whether they are blocked and by how much, to check whether they are at a higher risk of heart disease.

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