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Divisibility Rules## Hi, are there any similar

## There are other rules for

There are other rules for other numbers (like 7, 8, 11, etc), but I've never seen an official GMAT question that requires those rules. So, we have left them out.

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## Hey, how come we say that 0

## Hi Byefox,

Hi Byefox,

20 is divisible by 4, because we can take 20 cookies and divide them into 4 EQUAL groups of 5 cookies each.

Likewise, 0 is divisible by 4, because we can take 0 cookies and divide them into 4 EQUAL groups of 0 cookies each.

Quote from the Official Guide for GMAT Review:

"If x and y are integers and x ≠ 0, then x is a divisor (factor) of y provided that y = xn for some integer n. In this case, y is also said to be divisible by x or to be a multiple of x.

For example, 7 is a divisor or factor of 28 since 28 = (7)(4), but 8 is not a divisor of 28 since there is no integer n such that 28 = 8n"

So, 12 is divisible by 4, since we can write 12 = (4)(3), where 3 is an integer.

Likewise, 44 is divisible by 4, since we can write 44 = (4)(11), where 11 is an integer.

AND, 0 is divisible by 4, since we can write 0 = (4)(0), where 0 is an integer.

Does that help?

Cheers,

Brent

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