Q: Is 1006 divisible by 2

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1006 in Roman numerals is MVIDDVI (500+500+5+1 = 1006) but 1006 in Roman numerals is normally MVI (1000+5+1 = 1006)

1006 = MVI

No, both are divisible by 2.No, both are divisible by 2.No, both are divisible by 2.No, both are divisible by 2.

(1/3) x 1006=335.333

The Roman numeral representing 1006 is MVI.

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1, 2, 503, 1006.

1006 = 2 x 503

(1006)1/2 = 31.72

Since 1006 can be divided by 1, 2, 503, and 1006, it is a composite number.

The factors of 1,006 are: 1, 2, 503, 1006.

Other than 1 x 1006, the only pair of common positive integer factors of 1006 are 2 x 503.

1006 = MVI

1006 in Roman numerals is MVIDDVI (500+500+5+1 = 1006) but 1006 in Roman numerals is normally MVI (1000+5+1 = 1006)

(1/3) x 1006=335.333

109 is a prime number. 234 and 1006 are composites because they both are even numbers, therefore having 2 as one of their factors.

The factors of 2056 are 1, 2, 4, 8, 257, 514, 1028, and 2056

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