The number must be divisible by 2 and by 7.
The divisibility rules of 4 and 9 are combined to make the divisibility rule of 36.
There is no easy rule for divisibility by 34.
why does the divisibility rule work for 4
2 x 7 x 7 = 98
If a number is divisible by 5 and 7, it's divisible by 35.
Double the last digit. Subtract it from the rest. If the result is divisible by 7, the original number is divisible by 7.
By tautology. If it did not work, it would not be a divisibility rule!
there is a divisibility for 24 the rule is you can divide 24 as 6 and 4 i think
the divisibility rule for 2 is: The number is even;the last digit ends with a 2,4,6,8,10, etc.The divisibility rule fir 3 is: The sum of the number is divisible by 3The divisibility rule for 4 is: The last two digits are divisible by 4The divisibility rule for 5 is: The number ends with a 5 or 0The divisibility rule for 6 is: The sum CAN be divisible by 2 and or 3The divisibility rule for 9 is: The sum of the number is divisible by 9The divisibility rule for 10 is : The number ends with a 0
What is the divisblity rule by 8
The divisibility rule for 42 isdivisibility by 2, ANDdivisibility by 3, ANDdivisibility by 7.Divisibility by 2 requires the number to be even. That means it must end in 0, 2, 4, 6 or 8.Divisibility by 3 requires that the digital root of the number is divisible by 3. That is, the sum of the digits is divisible by 3. If the first sum is large, you can calculate the digital root of the digital root (and again, if necessary) and check that for divisibility by 3.The divisibility rule for 7 is more difficult.Take the last digit (units).From the number formed by the remaining digit, subtract twice the last digit.If the answer is divisible by 7 (including zero or negative numbers), then the original number is divisible by 7.For large numbers, repeat the process to bring the number down to a manageable size.
The divisibility rule for 2 works because the base of our number system, 10, is divisible by 2.
For any practical purpose, it is easier to simply divide, instead of looking for fancy divisibility rules. However, you can apply the divisibility rules for 3 and for 7. This works because (a) their product is 21, and (b) these numbers are relatively prime.
Judging by some of the questions asked on this site, the first rule is that divisibility is a concept that applies only to whole numbers.
2 squared 1 = 4 so the divisibility rule is that it is divisible by 1, 2 and 4.
By using the divisibility rule for 3, we find that 117 is divisible by 3. That makes it composite.
it is a rule that is followed when wanting to see if a number can go into another number. ex: the divisibility rule for 3 is if the sum of the numbers is divisible by three then the whole number is divisible by 3. if the problem is 75, 3 can go into it because the sum of the numbers equals 12, look 7+5 = 12 . you can look up other divisibility rules on here but if found please answer my question.... what is the divisibility rule for 7? Hope that helped, me888100 p.s. this was written by a 13 yr old
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There is no divisibility rule for 13 because it is a prime number. If you are thinking: why is there a divsibility rule for 2 and 3 then. Well, i don't know so go look it up on google.
The rule for 1 and the rule for 3.
The special divisibility rule of 17 is "Take the difference of the rest of the digits and the last digit times 5." For instance: 17 1 - 7 * 5 = 1 - 35 = -34 which is divisible by 17.
the number is even.