Elementary School, Primary School, Junior High School, Middle School.
The rules on divisibility have to be specified and applied.
The divisibility rules are to be applied on the basis of problems presented. Either the correct divisibility statement can be presented, and only the rule has to be mentioned, or the question of divisibility can be asked, with the request to justify the answer to be given with the correct divisibility rule. This is adjustable.
The following divisibility rules can be queried:
- Divisibility by 2, 4, 8 (last digit even, or last two or three digits divisible by 4 or eight)
- Divisibility by 5, 25, 125 (last digit zero or five, last two digits divisible by 25, last three digits divisible by 125)
- Divisibility by 10, 10, 1000 (last digit zero, last two digits zero, last of the digits zero)
- Divisibility by 3, 9 (cross sum divisible by 3 or nine)
- Divisibility by 20, 40, 50 (last digit zero and penultimate digit even, last digit zero and penultimate and third last divisible by four, last digits 00 or 50)
The number of problems is also adjustable.
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