# Divisibility: Question Preview (ID: 11292)

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What is the divisibility rule for 2? |
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a) Any even number | b) Any odd number | c) A number that ends in 4 | d) not here | |

What is the divisibility rule for 3? |
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a) Last digit is divisible by 3 | b) Add up digits and see if the sum is divisible by 3 | c) Number must be a factor of 3 | d) not here | |

What is the divisibility rule for 4? |
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a) Must be a factor of 4. | b) Must end in 4 | c) Last two digits must be divisible by 4 | d) not here | |

What is the divisibility rule for 6? |
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a) Both 2 and 3 divisibility rules both apply | b) Add digits and if the sum is divisible by 6 | c) Number must be a factor of 6 | d) not here | |

What is the divisibility rule for 9? |
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a) Add up the digits and the sum must be divisible by 9. | b) Must be divisible by 2 and 3 | c) Must be a factor of 9 | d) not here. | |

What is the divisibility rule for 5? |
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a) must be an even number | b) must be an odd number | c) Must end in a 5 or 0 | d) not here | |

What is the divisibility rule for 10? |
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a) Number is divisible by 2 and 5 | b) Number must end in 0 | c) odd number | d) not here | |

Which is the best explanation for GCF? |
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a) The smallest multiple that two numbers have in common | b) One of the numbers two numbers have in common. | c) The greatest factor that two numbers have in common. | d) not here | |

What is the best explanation for LCM? |
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a) The smallest factor two numbers have | b) The smallest number two numbers will go into | c) The largest factor two numbers have | d) not here | |

Which of the following numbers is divisible by 4? |
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a) 30 | b) 124 | c) 122 | d) not here | |

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