Yes to both.
378 is divisible by both 3 and 9 with no remainders
Because its final digital sum equals 9
None of them are divisible by 4.
The sum of the digits of the number will add to a number that's divisible by nine. For example, 99 -> 9+9 -> 18. 18 is divisible by nine, thus 99 is. Any whole number that's divisible by nine will have its digits add up like this, and any whole number whose digits add up like this will be divisible by nine.
If a numbers digits add up to a number that is divisible by nine, the number is divisible by nine. Example~ 486 4+8+6=18 Since 18 is divisible by 9, 486 is divisible by 9. 561 5+6+1=12. 561 isn't divisible by 9.
Yes: 378 / 2 = 189
Yes. 27,000 is evenly divisible by nine.
Yes, it is. One way to tell if a number is divisible by nine is to add up all of the numbers until you get a one digit number, and if the number isn't nine, the number isn't divisible by nine. 4+8+6+0= 18 1+8=9
Add the digits and see if they equal a number divisible by nine.Example: 99 is divisible by 9 because 9 + 9 = 18 (18 is divisible by 9)
All multiples of 378 (which are infinite) including 378, 756, 1134, 1512, 1890, 2268 . . .
because the number three can go into the number nine.
144 is divisible by 12 and 9.
Three is a factor of nine.
No. 74,845 is not evenly divisible by nine.
Yes, by definition a composite number is a number that is divisible by another whole number besides one and itself. The only other whole number that nine is divisible by is three. Hope it helped!
If all the digits in a number add up to a number divisible by three, the number itself is divisible by three.For example the number 711: 7 + 1 + 1 = 9. Nine is divisible by three, therefore 711 is divisible by three.
One and itself, it is a prime number.
Forty-nine is not a prime number because it is also divisible by seven. Prime numbers are only divisible by one and themselves.
yes its 126