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# Why is a number with 0 in the ones place divisible by 10?

The number immediately to the left of the ones place is the tens place or the 101 place. Since the value of any digit, d, there would be d*101 = d*10, it will be divisible by 10.

The next number to the left is the hundreds place or the 102 place. Since the value of any digit, d, there would be d*102 = d*100, it will be divisible by 10.

All the numbers further to the left have place values that are higher integer powers of 10 and so whatever the digit in that place, they will be divisible by 10. Study guides

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A number with 0 in the ones place is divisible by 10 because all the multiples of 10 have a zero in the ones place. hgnhh  Earn +20 pts
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