The Divisibility Rules can help you find the factors of
a number. Look at the table below.

Divisibility
Rules

If the number

Then the
number is divisible by

is even

2

has digits whose sum is divisible by 3

3

is divisible by 2 and 3

6

ends in 5 or 0

5

ends in 0

10

Use the Divisibility Rules to determine if the numbers
below are divisible by 2, 3, 5, 6, & 10.

123
Divisible by 2?
Yes No

242
Divisible by 2?
Yes No

105
Divisible by 5?
Yes No

639
Divisible by 3?
Yes No

639
Divisible by 6?
Yes No

1,920
Divisible by 10?
Yes No

123
Divisible by 3?
Yes No

2,391
Divisible by 3?
Yes No

2,622
Divisible by 2?
Yes No

2,622
Divisible by 6?
Yes No

5,691
Divisible by 3?
Yes No

5,691
Divisible by 6?
Yes No

15,030
Divisible by 5?
Yes No

97,510
Divisible by 5?
Yes No

97,510
Divisible by 10?
Yes No

1,237
Divisible by 3?
Yes No

2,340
Divisible by 2?
Yes No

2,340
Divisible by 5?
Yes No

2,340
Divisible by 10?
Yes No

321
Divisible by 3?
Yes No

321
Divisible by 6?
Yes No

32,457
Divisible by 2?
Yes No

1,234
Divisible by 3?
Yes No

6,231
Divisible by 6?
Yes No

12,235
Divisible by 10?
Yes No

2,573
Divisible by 3?
Yes No

2,356
Divisible by 6?
Yes No

2,436
Divisible by 3?
Yes No

20,436
Divisible by 3?
Yes No

20,436
Divisible by 6?
Yes No

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