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A number 'X' is divisible by 7 and 8. Find another number which completely divides the number 'X'.
We know that number 'X' is divisible by 7 & 8, this means that 7 & 8 are the factors of number 'X'. (According to Fact 4 )

Now to find another number which will also divide number 'X', we will multiply 7 & 8 and we get:

= 7 X 8
= 56

Hence, number 'X' is divisible by 56 also.

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