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Divisibility Principle of 10

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Definition :-
The Divisibility Principle of Whole Number 10 is the simplest and the easiest to understand.Under this principle you just have to see the unit/ones digit of the given number.
A number is said to be divisible by 10, if the unit/ones digit of the given number is equal to 0(zero).
For example = 20, 460, 6890, 90740 all numbers are divisible by 10, as they all have Zero at is unit/one place.

Divisibility Principle of Whole Number 10 can further understood by th following examples :-

Example 1 = Is whole number 230 divisible by 10 ?
Answer = The given whole number contains Zero(0) as it one's place,
So, we can conclude that the given number 230 is divisible by 10.

Example 2 = Is whole number 234050 divisible by 10 ?
Answer = The given whole number contains Zero(0) as it one's place,
So, we can conclude that the given number 234050 is divisible by 10.

Example 3 = Is whole number 234 divisible by 10 ?
Answer = The given whole number contains 4 as it one's place, instead of zero(0)
So, we can conclude that the given number 234 is not divisible by 10.

Example 4 = Is whole number 12345 divisible by 10 ?
Answer = The given whole number contains 5 as it one's place, instead of zero(0)
So, we can conclude that the given number 12345 is not divisible by 10.




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