Divisibility Guidelines for 5 and Some Examples
In this post we will learn the criteria of divisibility by 5. A number is divisible by 5 when dividing the number by 5 results in a remainder of zero. But how can we know without having to complete the division? Here we show you the easiest way.
Divisibility criteria for 5:
To determine if a number is divisible by 5, that number must end in 0 or 5. If it ends in another number then it is not divisible by five.
Is 5815 divisible by 5?
We looked at the last number (5815) and it is 5, therefore, 5815 itself is divisible by 5.
Is 5688 divisible by 5?
The last number is 8 (5688) and as it is different from 0 or 5, 5688 is not divisible by five.
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