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# ID : in-4-Factors-and-multiples [1]

Class 4
Factors and multiples
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(1) Write all the prime numbers between 77 and 97.
(2) Check all the numbers that are odd (one or more correct answer).
a. 7137855 b. 6502486
c. 5407495 d. 317029

(3) The product of two numbers is 64. If their sum is 20, find the numbers.
(4) The lowest natural number which when divided by 25, 80 and 10 leaves the remainder of 4 in each case is

(5) The largest digit at the one's place of the number 3699__ that will make the number divisible by 4 is .

(6) The largest digit at the one's place of the number 7608__ that will make the number divisible by 2 is .

(7) Which of the following numbers is divisible by 10 (one or more correct answer)?
a. 4340 b. 3902
c. 2400 d. 2650

35, 504, 14, 24

## (10) If we add an even number and an odd number, we get an number.

(11) You are given a bag full of marbles. If you know that the marbles in the bag can be divided into equal groups

of 126, 486, 108 and 78, then the smallest possible number of marbles in your bag is .

(12) What is the smallest digit at one's place of the number 5453_ that will make it divisible by 9?

(13) The largest digit at the one's place of the number 736__ that will make the number divisible by 3 is .

## (14) The sum of two odd numbers is an odd number.

True False

(15) Along a highway, there are electric poles on one side of the highway and telegraph poles on the other side.
The electric poles are separated by 10 m and the telegraph poles are separated by 54 m. If an electric and a
telegraph pole are both present at the point where the highway begins, after how much distance along the
highway will they both be in front of each other again?

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ID : in-4-Factors-and-multiples [2]

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ID : in-4-Factors-and-multiples [3]

(1) 79, 83 and 89
(2) a. 7137855 c. 5407495 d. 317029
(3) 16, 4

(4) 404

(5) 6

(6) 8

## (7) a. 4340 c. 2400 d. 2650

(8) 2520

(9) 112

(10) odd

(11) 88452

(12) 1

(13) 8

(14) False
(15) 270 m

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