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5 is a Prime number - you can't split it up into a product of smaller integers. However, you can choose any number (except zero), then divide 5 by that number to get another number which, when multiplied together, give you zero.

Q: What can you multiply to get 5?

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You don't multiply by the second number, you multiply by the recipricol. For example, 5/8 divided by 3/5... you multiply 5/8 by 5/3. Which would give you 25/24ths, or 1 and 1/24.

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if you multiply an even number by 5 then it will always end in 0 but if you multiply an odd number by 5 then it will always end in 5.

the reverse would be to divide by 5 or the inverse would be to multiply by 1/5 (both answers are mathematically the same)