What is the largest six-digit number

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19 1 Properties of Numbers Workbook page 8 Is the number divisible by 15? a) 75 b) 115 c) 120 d) 240 e) 335 f) 40 121 There are 312 marbles in a bowl. Can the marbles be split between four children without leaving any? Give reasons for your answer. A school class has 126 euros in the class budget. Each student has deposited the same amount. Three people won the lottery an amount of € 157,482. The amount should be divided up without any remainder. a) Is that possible? Give reasons for your answer. b) Can you divide the same amount between 9 people? Give reasons for your answer. c) How much € does each person receive in a) or b)? Use the number cards to form the largest and the smallest five-digit number, which is divisible by a) 2 b) 5 c) 10 d) 3 e) 9. Complete the missing digit so that the number a) is divisible by 9 b) is divisible by 3 but not by 9. 2 03 90 5 2 30 68 8 3 7 a) Find the smallest six-digit number that is divisible by 3. b) Find the smallest six-digit number that is divisible by 9. c) Find the largest three-digit number that is divisible by 4. d) Find two numbers not divisible by 2, but the sum of which is divisible by 4. What is the largest three-digit number between 100 and 999 that a) is divisible by 3 and 5. b) is divisible by 4 and 9. c) is divisible by 3 and 4. Which number, divisible by 9, is closest to the given number? a) 679 b) 421 c) 853 d) 4 321 e) 8 110 f) 52 111 a) Use the sum rule to check whether the following numbers are divisible by 8: 168 514 712 b) Think of your own examples for the application of the Sum rule. Example: Is 23 a factor of 713? I1 H1, 2 K1 49 I1 H1, 2 K1 50 I1 H1, 2 K1 51 I1 H2 K1 52 0 2 4 3 9 I1 H1, 2 K2 53 I1 H1, 2 K1 54 I1 H1, 2 K1 55 I1 H1, 2 K2 56 I1 H2 K2 57 I1 H1, 2 K2, 3 58 For testing purposes only - property of the publisher öbv