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There are many numbers between 500 and 1000 divisible by 3 and 9. Any number divisible by 9 is divisible by 3. How about 900?

The greatest number between 450 and 500 that is divisible by six is 498.

500 is not a prime number. Other than 2, if a number is even, it is not prime since it is divisible by 2.

There are 67 numbers between 100 and 500 divisible by 6. The first number greater than 100 divisible by 6: 100 ÷ 6 = 16 r 4 → first number divisible by 6 is 6 × 17 = 102 Last number less than 500 divisible by 6: 500 ÷ 6 = 83 r 2 → last number divisible by 6 is 6 × 83 = 498 → all multiples of 6 between 17 × 6 and 83 × 6 inclusive are the numbers between 100 and 500 that are divisible by 6. → there are 83 - 17 + 1 = 67 such numbers.

No. 500 is not evenly divisible by nine.

Five hundred is divisible by 2. The answer would be 250. In fact, every number is divisible by each other, except any number divide 0.

251

453

To find out if a number is divisible by 3 add up all it's digest and check if the total is divisible by 3. to check if a number is divisible by 2 check if the last digit is divisible by 2. So one such number is 405.

510,540,570,

How about 450

To get a number like this, it CANNOT be even. The number 453 is divisible by 3(goes into 453 ninenty one times), but not by 2.

Each and every number that is multiple of 5 is also divisible by 5 e.g. 5*1 = 5 5*2 = 10 5*5 = 25 5*100 = 500 5, 10 , 25 and 500 are multiples of 5, so all these numbers are also divisible by 5 e.g. 500/5 = 100

540

Try 300

405 is one example.

432, 468

Which of these numbers is closest to 500?

There are (500-100)/2 = 200 numbers divisible by 2 between 100 and 500 counting 100 but not 500. Of these (500-100)/8 = 50 are divisible by 8. So there are 150 numbers between 100 and 500 divisible by two but not by 8. By relative primeness exactly 50 out of these 150 are divisible by 3 and therefore these 50 are exactly the ones divisible by 6 but not by 8.

There are 500 such numbers. How about 1818 as an example?

They are the multiples of 7 up to 497

408 = 12 x 34

Just 1.

No.

Yes. The concept of divisibility loses meaning once you move away from integers. With fractions, any number is divisible by any non-zero number (division by 0 is not defined). So for example 203/500 is divisible by 27/83 and the answer is 203/500 * 83/27 = (203*87)/(500*27) = 17661/13500