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Q: How can you divide 28 evenly?

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The smallest prime number that will divide 147 evenly is three.

10 can be divided evenly into 2 and 5, which are the factors of 10.

Any of its factors

2,4,7

Ten of them.

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Divide 28 by 17, with a calculator. If you get a whole number, then it "goes into", otherwise it doesn't.

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1, 2, 4, 7, 14, and 28 are the numbers that match this description. Therefore, six numbers divide into it evenly.

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2 and 60 will divide evenly into 120.

Because 4 is the largest whole number that can divide into both 16 and 28 evenly with no remainder.

Not necessarily. 8 is a multiple but it does not divide evenly into 5.

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