Divisible by 4
A number is divisible by 4 if the number is formed by its
digits in ten’s place and unit’s place (i.e. the last two digits on its extreme
right side) is divisible by 4.
Consider the following numbers which are divisible by 4 or which are divisible by 4, using the test of divisibility by 4:
(i) 124
In 124 the last two digits on its extreme right side is 24 which is divisible by 4.
Hence, 124 is divisible by 4.
(ii) 117
In 117 the last two digits on its extreme right side is 17 which is not divisible by 4.
Hence, 117 is not divisible by 4.
(iii) 204
In 204 the last two digits on its extreme right side is 04
which is divisible by 4.
Hence, 204 is divisible by 4.
(iv) 129
In 129 the last two digits on its extreme right side is 29
which is not divisible by 4.
Hence, 129 is not divisible by 4.
(v) 135
In 135 the last two digits on its extreme right side is 35
which is not divisible by 4.
Hence, 135 is not divisible by 4.
(vi) 108
In 108 the last two digits on its extreme right side is 08
which is divisible by 4.
Hence, 108 is divisible by 4.
(vii) 116
In 116 the last two digits on its extreme right side is 16
which is divisible by 4.
Hence, 116 is divisible by 4.
(viii) 150
In 150 the last two digits on its extreme right side is 50
which is not divisible by 4.
Hence, 150 is not divisible by 4.
(ix) 132
In 132 the last two digits on its extreme right side is 32
which is divisible by 4.
Hence, 132 is divisible by 4.
(x) 194
In 194 the last two digits on its extreme right side is 94
which is not divisible by 4.
Hence, 194 is not divisible by 4.
1. Choose the numbers which are divisible by 4
32 37 44 115 304 508 732 535
Answer: 32, 44, 304, 508, 732
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Divisible by 2.
Divisible by 3.
Divisible by 4.
Divisible by 5.
Divisible by 6.
Divisible by 7.
Divisible by 8.
Divisible by 9.
Divisible by 10.
Problems on Divisibility Rules
Worksheet on Divisibility Rules
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