Any number is divisible by any number. There is no number that is divisible by any number into a whole number with no remainder other than 0.
It is not possible, because the number 4 is divisible by 2, and it's remainder is divisible by 2 also, so whatever number works for the "4 with a remainder of 2", will never work for "2 with a remainder of 1.
"Divisible by" means that you can carry out the division, and that you'll get a whole number. Or, if you use whole number division, that there will be no remainder. For example: 8 divided by 2 = 4, remainder zero. 8 is divisible by 2. On the other hand, 9 divided by 2 = 4, remainder 1 (on a calculator, you get decimals: 4.5). That means that 9 is not divisible by 2.
416 divided by 4 equals 104, a whole number. Since there is no remainder, we know that 416 is divisible by 4.
When we say that a number is divisible by five , we mean that : 1.The number when divided by five has a quotient in whole number , and 2.No remainder if left after the division. Since 2 divided by five results in the quotient as 0.4 (which is not a whole number), we say that 2 is not divisible by five . (Even though the remainder becomes zero , if we carry on the division after putting the decimal sign in the quotient.)
A number is divisible by 9 if a whole number of 9s can go into it and leave no remainder.
1323 divided by 2 equals 661.5a number X is said to be divisible by another number Y only when the remainder is 0 and quotient is a whole number.2 is not a divisible of 1323 or 1323 is not divisible by 2
Try dividing the number by 19. If the answer is a whole number (with no remainder), then the number is divisible by 19.
12 is the smallest whole number that gives a remainder of 4 when it is divided by 8.