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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
- The last digit is even, or the last two or three digits are divisible by 4 or eight
- Divisibility by 5, 25, 125
- The last digit is zero or five, the last two digits are divisible by 25, the last three digits are divisible by 125
- Divisibility by 10, 10, 1000
- The last digit is a zero, the last two digits are both zero, the last three digits are zero
- Divisibility by 3, 9
- The cross sum is divisible by 3 or nine
- Divisibility by 20, 40, 50
- The last digit is zero and the penultimate digit is even, the last digit is zero and the penultimate and third last digit is divisible by four, the last two digits are 00 or 50

The number of problems is also adjustable.

Topics: Arithmetic Decimal system Divisibility Numbers

Tags: Division Multiplication Prime Rules

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Parameter

Possible values

Number of problems

1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10

Mention divisibility

Yes, No

Powers of two

no, by 2, by 2, by 4, by 2, 4, 8

Powers of five

no, by 5, by 5, by 25, by 5, 25, 125

Powers of ten

no, by 10, by 10, by 100, by 10,100,1000

20,40,50

no, by 20, by 20, by 40, by 20,40,50

3,9

no, by 3, by 3, by 9

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Determine whether a number is a factor or multiple of another.

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A row of numbers is presented. Delete those that are not divisible by a given divisor.

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A row of numbers is presented. Delete those that are not divisible by a given divisor.

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