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Q: What is a number called that will not divide by 2 and not have a remainder?

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the biggest remainder you can have when dividing by 2 is 1. Reason is ......if you divide an even number by 2 you will always get a round answer. However if you divide an odd number by 2 you will always get a full number with 1 reamining...i.e divide 3 by 2.........2 remainder 1......................divide 19 by 2 this will give you 9 remainder 1. Hope this helps

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58/8 = 7 and remainder 2

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1, any number that you divide by 2 is either divisible by 2 (even) or not divisible by 2, leaving a remainder of 1 (odd).

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26. This is because when you divide 26 by 5, you have a remainder of 1, and when you divide it by 4, you have a remainder of 2

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If you take the number 969 and subtract the 9 remainder you get 960. Because the number is even you can divide it by 2. 969/2 = 480R9. :)

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