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 number must be divisible by 13 and by 11.
13 is a prime number - it can only be divided by 1 and itself (for an integer answer).
There is no easy rule for divisibility by 34.
The divisibility rules of 4 and 9 are combined to make the divisibility rule of 36.
By tautology. If it did not work, it would not be a divisibility rule!
why does the divisibility rule work for 4
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 2 works because the base of our number system, 10, is divisible by 2.
there is a divisibility for 24 the rule is you can divide 24 as 6 and 4 i think
Able to Be Divided