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Q: What number divides in to 98?

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The smallest prime number that divides 98 evenly is 2.

How about: 196/2 = 98

Two ways to approach this problem:Factor out the given term prime by prime.Factor out the term by the number you really know that divides that number!Then, 98 is factored to:98 = 2 * 49= 2 * 7 * 7= 2 * 7Â²

1 2 7 14 49 and 98.

The divisor is the number that divides

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The smallest prime number that divides 98 evenly is 2.

How about: 196/2 = 98

Factors of 98 are 1, 2, 7, 14, 49, and 98. Each of these factors divides into 98 without any remainder.

Two ways to approach this problem:Factor out the given term prime by prime.Factor out the term by the number you really know that divides that number!Then, 98 is factored to:98 = 2 * 49= 2 * 7 * 7= 2 * 7Â²

1 2 7 14 49 and 98.

All you have to do to find the answers is divide both 98 and 100 by the same number (if the number divides in without having a remainder). For example: 98/100 = 98 divided by 2/100 divided by 2 = 49/50

First, check to see if the number you are working with is a composite or prime number, by checking to see if it will divide by anything other than 1 or itself. In this case 98 is not prime, and is indeed a composite number, because it will divide by 2. 98/2 = 49. 49 is an odd, not an even number, so if it divides, it will only divide by odd numbers. First try dividing by 3 (The lowest odd number other than 1), then 5, then 7 etc. In this case, 49 divides by 7. This completes the computation because 7 will not divide, and is already prime. 2 x (7x7) = 98. The prime factors of 98 are 2 and 7.

The divisor is the number that divides

Divisibility is when a number divides into another number with no remainder.

Divisibility is when a number divides into another number with no remainder.

Divisibility is when a number divides into another number with no remainder.

A number that divides n is called a "divisor" of n.