These are rules for divisibility these are rules you divide with ease. Let's start with the number two goes into even numbers, yes that's true. number 5 is easy can't you see and since zero or 5 it's free. number ten has just one rule, ends in zero yeah you know that's cool. it seems these rules are easy now. there are more rules I'll show you how.
Dividing never seems to be so easy. These are rules for divisibility these are rules you divide with ease. In this song you remember rules. Who would of thought learning is so cool. Let's try another three and the digits up and then you'll see if the total is a multiple of three then you have divisibility.
Number four is not a chore last two digits really tell the score. If they are a multiple of 4. It's a rule for 4 you can't ignore. It seems these rules are easy now there are more rules I'll show you how dividing never seems to be so easy. These are rules for divisibility these are rules you divide with eas. In this song you remember rules. Who would of thought learning is so cool.
Here's a rule for the number 9, add the digits up you're doing fine if the total is a multiple of 9, like the three you have divisibility. These are rules for divisibility these are rules you divide with eas. In this song you remember rules. Who would of thought learning is so cool.

Brief description:
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This straightforward video presents a simple and easy way to understand division. These rules are a starting guideline for anyone learning mathematics and children who are just being introduced to mathematical calculation.
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Transcript:
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Divisibility--
Can I divide this number by that number (without leaving a remainder)?
These are rules for divisibility,
These are rule you divide with ease,
Let start with number 2. Goes into even numbers, yes that’s true (2, 4, 6, 8, 10)
Number 5 is easy can’t you see. Ends in a 0 or 5 it’s free (125, 270, 315, 1080).
Number 10 has just one rule; ends in 0 yeah, you know that’s cool (250, 110, 30, 1980).
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It seems these rule are easy now. There are more rules, I will show you how. Dividing never seemed to be easy
These are rules for divisibility. These are rules you divide with ease. In this song you remember rules. Who would of thought learning is so cool.
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Let try no 3. Add the digits (57) up and then you will see.
5 + 7 = 12,
If the total is a multiple of 3. Then you have divisibility.
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Number 4 is not a chore. Last 2 digits really tell the score. If they are a multiple of 4. It is a rule for 4 you can’t ignore (124, 312).
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It seems these rules are easy now. There are more rules, I will show you how. Dividing never seemed to be easy.
These are rules for divisibility. These are rules you divide with ease. In this song you remember rules. Who would have thought learning is so cool.
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Rule for number 2; the last digit is an even number.
Rule for number 5; last digit in a 0 or 5.
Rule for number 3; add all the digits. If the total is a multiple of 3, then it is divisible by 3.
Rule for number 4; last 2 digits are a multiple of 4.
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Here is the rule for number 9. Add the digits up you are doing fine. If the total is a multiple of nine, like the 3 you have divisibility:
313 3 + 1 + 5 = 9 YES!
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These are rules for divisibility. These are rules you divide with ease. In this song you remember rules. Who would have thought learning is so cool.
Divisibility.
Can I divide this number by that number (without leaving a remainder)?
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Rules for the number 10; end in a 0
Rules for the number 9; Total the digits. If the total is a multiple of 9, like the 3 you have divisibility
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Thanks for watching!