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Rules of Divisibility

Rule

Divisible by:

2

A number is divisible by 2 if it ends in

0, 2, 4, 6, or 8

3

the digits is divisible by 3

two digits are divisible by 4

number ends in 0 or 5

number is divisible by 2 AND 3

double the last digit and subtract

three digits is divisible by 8

the digits is divisible by 9

10

number ends in 0

Finding the Greatest Common Factor (GCF) Using the Ladder Method

Question: What is the GCF for 28 and 42?

1. In a row from left to right, write the

numbers for which you want to find the

GCF.

28, 42

common prime factor (a prime number

that divides into the numbers evenly) for

all numbers in the rung.

2 28, 42

starting from the left side of the first

number and continuing under all the

numbers in the row.

28, 42

(divide the numbers in the rung by the

common prime factor) and write the

answers below the line of the rung you

are working on.

2 28, 42

14, 21

another common prime factor, stop the

process. If you can factor out the answer,

then continue making rungs and finding

new common prime factors until you cant

go any further.

2 28, 42

7 14, 21

2, 3

left side of the rungs and multiply them.

This is the GCF. If you have only one

common prime factor, that number is the

GCF. Remember, 1 can also be the GCF.

2 28, 42

7 14, 21

2, 3

GCF = 2 x 7 = 14

Rule

Example

equals a positive integer (P x P = P)

5 x 2 = 10

equals a positive integer (N x N = P)

-5 x -2 = 10

a negative integer times a positive integer

equals a negative integer (N x P or P x N = N)

-5 x 2 = -10

Or

5 x -2 = -10

Rule

Example

integer equals a positive integer (P P = P)

30 5 = 6

integer equals a positive integer (N N = P)

-30 (-5) = 6

integer or a negative integer divided by a

positive integer equals a negative integer

(N P or P N = N)

30 (-5) = -6

or

-30 5 = -6

Equation

Operation

Pos + Pos

ADD

+ (Pos)

Neg + Neg

Pos + Neg

Or

Neg + Pos

ADD

- (Neg)

SUBTRACT

Rule

1. Change the (subtract) into a + (add)

2. Change the sign of the second integer into

its opposite. If the sign is positive, then make

it negative. If the sign is negative, then make

it positive.

3. Add the integers

Example

5 (-4) = becomes

5 + (-4) =

5 + (-4) becomes

5+4=

5+4=9

1

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Familiar Formulas

Rectangle

Square

Perimeter

P = 2l + 2w

P = 4s

Triangle

P = s + s + s

Parallelogram

Circumference

Circle

Rectangular Prism

Triangular Prism

Cylinder

C = d

or

C = 2r

Area

A = lw

A = s2

bh

A =

2

A = bh

Area

A = r2

or

d 2

A = ( )

2

Volume

V = lw h

bh

V = ( )h

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V = r2h

or

d 2

V = ( ) h

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