They are the numbers that end with a 0
there is no answer because numbers go on forever!
An interesting question. The answer is 80%. A number must end in 0 or 5 to be dividable by 5. From 100 to 109 (10 numbers in total), there will be 2 numbers that are dividable by 5. If I then consider the entire set from 100 to 999 is 900 numbers, you have 90 sets of 10 numbers, each set with 2 dividable number, or 180/900 = 2/10 =20%. If 20% are dividable, 80% aren't. Suppose I extended the question, and say my set is all whole positive numbers and zero with n digits or less, where I pick n randomly from 1 to a million. If from this set, a number is picked randomly, what is the chance that it is dividable by 5. Answer: 20%.
5 of them.
2 is the only prime number dividable by 2. to be a prime number, it must only be dividable by 1 and itself. This is the reason why 2 is the only prime number dividable by 2. If any other number was dividable by two then it would not be prime any more
There are 300 of them; far too many to enumerate.
Convert this in flow chart and see if it can help Start Display "Enter 2 numbers" Accept 2 numbers A & B Divide the A with B Is result Zero? ---- No - A is not Dividable with second Yes - A is Dividable with second End
yes 7 is dividable by 5670 the answer is 810
Because 10, itself, is divisible by 2.
Kind of. This would be 1.25, but if you're looking for dividable by whole numbers - nope.
No, it is not.
No, it is not.
That's "divisible". 3 x 66 = 198 so 66 is your answer.
No, because it is dividable by more than 1 and 824. You can also divide it by 2, 4, and other numbers.
The prime numbers (factors) of 80 are: 2 and 5
there is an infinite amount of numbers that are dividable by 708 ex, 1 x 708 = 708 2 x 708 = 1416 3 x 708 = 2124 .....etc
1, 5, and 25
If you mean dividable, 2.
By two and a half