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Divisibility by 48 requires divisibility by 3 AND by 48

- Divisibility by 3 requires tat the digital root (sum of digits) is divisible by 3.
- Divisibility by 16 requires that the number formed by the last four digits is divisible by 16.

Of both these are satisfied by a number then it is divisible by 48.

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Jason Delaware

i think divisibility rules help with fractions because it helps you reduce the fraction to make i a simple fraction.

3 and 9. And they divide into 123456789 whether or not you use divisibility rules!

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The rule for 1 and the rule for 3.

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Do the division, if there is no remainder, it is divisible. Seriously, many of the "divisibility rules" that have been discovered become more complicated than doing the actual division. For practical purposes, just learn the divisibility rules for a few simple cases (divisibility rules by 2, 4, 8, 5, 10, 3, 9, 7, 11, and 13), and for all other cases, just do the division.

Its really easy all you have to do is divide without leaving a remainder

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They were discovered, not invented.

yes I believe 728393 is prime because you have to do all the divisibility rules out!

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