let us see whether we can find a pattern that can tell us whether a number is divisible by 2,3,4,5,6,8,9,10, or 11. Do you think such patter

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let us see whether we can find a pattern that can tell us whether a number is divisible by 2,3,4,5,6,8,9,10, or 11. Do you think such patterns can be easily seen ?​

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    Yes , there is of course,

    to be divisible by 2 – a number has to be even.

    to be divisible with 3 – a number has to be the number which comes in 3 table with its sum . [ eg : 36 , 3+6= 9 ]and 9 is present in 3 table [ but you have to learn all the 3 table till 3×10] .

    for dividing with four -also the number must be even , and also the last digit of it should end up in its table [ eg ; 28 , 8 = 4×2 , for this also you have to learn the 4 table till 4×10]

    5 is very easy , the number should end with 0 or 5 .

    6 , always even , numbers present in both 2 and 3 tables are in 6 [ eg.24 = 2×12 and 3×8 ]

    7 is more likely to be odd numbers present in it .[ but there are also even ones]

    8 is more likely to be even .

    9 is the same as 3

    10 – number should always end with 0.

    11 – numbers are consecutive in this case .

    patterns of 2 and 3 can be easily seen , and 7 and 8 are the least seen.

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