i would have to say 5 or 6 . any number reallu
The word is "divisible", not "divisble". And you can't just say that one number is "divisible". You can say that one number is, or is not, divisible by a second number - meaning that when you divide, you get no remainder (if you divide on a calculator, you'll get a whole number, without decimals).
The divisibilty chart is a chart that you can see what a number is divisble by like 50 lets say as a example the divisbilty chart say that if a number has a zero on the end oof it you can divide it by 2-5-10
1 times itself
2 Avogadro's Number. This is a very big number.
If what you meant to say is, Is 1260 divisible by 5, than yes it is. Five, however, is not divisible by 1260.
Its to say its the MEASURE of the angle, instead of the angle itself
"Class" can mean a number of different things. How you would say it depends on which meaning you wish to use. The word "class" itself does not appear to have been used for any purpose in Elizabethan writings.
If you mean 'society, the word, people' you can say 'Seken ga daikirai desu', if you mean 'the world itself' you can say 'sekai ga daikirai desu'.
A positive integer with only two factors: one and the number itself.
Mean is an adjective itself. You can say 'Meanly' followed by a verb (action). For example, He meanlyturned away. or He meanly slammed the door. You could also say He is mean.