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- 1. DivisibilityWhat exactly does it mean? Created by tbonnar
- 2. “Divisible by” means… If you divide one number by another, the result is a whole number WITHOUT a remainder. Examples: 12 6=2 No remainder, so 12 is divisible by 6. 15 5 = 3 No remainder, so 15 is divisible by 3.
- 3. “Divisible by” means… Another way of saying this is that every whole number is divisible by its factors. Ex. The factors of 12 are 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 12 Every number is divisible by itself and by 1, but most numbers are also divisible by other factors.
- 4. Ch. 1.1Divisibility by 2, 5, and 10.
- 5. Divisibility Rules (2) A number can be divided by 2 if the last digit is even (0, 2, 4, 6, 8)
- 6. Divisibility Rules (5) A number is divisible by 5 if the last digit is a 5 or a 0
- 7. Divisibility Rules (10) A number can be divided by 10 if the last digit is a0
- 8. Ch. 1.2Divisibility by 3 and 9.
- 9. Divisibility Rules (3) a number is divisible by 3 if the sum of the digits is 3 or a multiple of 3
- 10. Check Divisibility (3) a) 627 b) 3278 c) 4002 d) 37782
- 11. Divisibility Rules (9) A number is divisible by 9 if the sum of all the digits will add to 9 or a multiple of 9
- 12. Check Divisibility (9) a) 627 b) 3278 c) 4002 d) 37782
- 13. Regrouping to show Divisibility One way to help Ex. 1240 = show divisibility is to 124 tens + 0 ones regroup the number using place value Ex. 52 255 = charts. 52 thousands + 2 This sometimes hundreds + 5 tens makes it clear + 5 ones whether the number is divisible.
- 14. Ch. 1.3Divisibility by 6.
- 15. Divisibility Rules (6) A number can be divided by 6 if the last digit is even and the sum of all the digits is 3 or a multiple of 3.
- 16. Divisibility Rules (6) In other words, it must be divisible by both:2 and 3
- 17. Check Divisibility (6)a) 348b) 2987c) 5630d) 46 524
- 18. Ch. 1.4Divisibility by 4 and 8.
- 19. Divisibility Rules (4) a number is divisible by 4 if the number made by the last two digits can be divided by 4
- 20. Check Divisibility (4) a) 3466 b) 1288 c) 39804 d) 64 684
- 21. Divisibility Rules (8) A number is divisible by 8 if the number made by the last three digits will be divisible by 8
- 22. Check Divisibility (8)a) 3466b) 1288c) 39804d) 64 684
- 23. Ch. 1.1 – 1.4Divisibility Rules Review
- 24. Divisibility Rules Review 2, the last digit will be an even number 3, all the digits will add to a multiple of 3 4, the number made by the last two digits can be divided by 4 5, the last digit will be a 5 or 0
- 25. Divisibility Rules Review 6, the last digit will be even (rule for 2) and the digits will add to a multiple of 3 8, the number made by the last three digits will be divisible by 8
- 26. Divisibility Rules Review 9, the sum of the digits will be 9 or a multiple of 9 10, the last digit will be a 0 There is no easy test for 7. Although some methods have been invented, however it is easier to simply do the regular division.
- 27. Divisibility Rules Apply divisibility rules to these numbers:a) 74,673,042b) 444,555,448c) 61,616,168d) 732,510e) 66,666,666f) 179,131,590
- 28. Ch. 1.5Divisibility by 0
- 29. Why can’t you divide by zero? 12 ÷ 4 = 3 4 x 3 = 12 12 ÷ 0 = ? ? x 0 = 12 What x 0 = 12? Is there any answer? What does your calculator say?
- 30. Why can’t you divide by zero? Or, another way to think of it: 12 ÷ 4 = 3 means 12 divided into groups of 4 gives 3 groups of 4. 12 ÷ 0 = ? Means 12 divided into ? groups of 0. How many groups of 0 do you need to equal 12?
- 31. Why can’t you divide by zero? Or, another way to think of it: What is… 12 ÷ 0.1? 12 ÷ 0.01? 12 ÷ 0.001? 12 ÷ 0.000001? 12 ÷ 0.00000001? As you divide by numbers closer and closer to zero, what happens to the answer?

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