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Q: A number is divisible by another number when the quotient after division by that number is 0?

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In division, a number divided by another number is a dividend. dividend / divisor = quotient

A prime number is a number that is not divisible into whole numbers, except by itself and one. 135 is not a prime number as it is divisible by 5 with a ressulting quotient of 27.

The second number must be non-zero for the division to be defined.For the concept of divisibility to make sense the second number must be an integer.Then, the first number is divisible by the secondwhen the first number, modulo the second, is zero,or equivalently,when the remainder of the division of the first number by the second is zero.

6 is an even number. A even number is a number which is divisible by 2 and the resulting quotient is a whole number (not a fraction). 6 is divisible by 2, making it an even number.

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The quotient is the answer in a division problem.

A number is divisible by another when the remainder after division by that number is zero.

When their quotient has no remainder.

A number is divisible by another when the remainder of the division is zero.

A number is considered divisible by another number when the quotient between the two is a whole number.

... when the remainder after division ...

No its not

It is a division word. The quotient is the result you get when you divide a number (dividend) by another number (divisor).

"... remainder after division ..."

A quotient is the result of a division of one number by another. You cannot have a quotient (or a product, or a sum) for only one number.

The divisor is divided into the dividend producing a quotient and no remainder.

That's a multiple.

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