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Recently, We have split up the large pages
pertaining to Divisibility Rules
into convenient small pages, to make them
user friendly. Now the reader can go the specific page
for the topic of his interest, instead of searching
for it in a large page. Now the pages are
I) Divisibilty By 2 and 4
http://www.mathhelpace.com/DivisibilityQuiz.html
II) Divisibilty By 3 and 6
http://www.mathhelpace.com/DivisibilityRules.html
III) Divisibilty By 5, 9 and 10
http://www.mathhelpace.com/RulesOfDivisibility.html
IV) Divisibilty By 7
http://www.mathhelpace.com/DivisibilityBy7.html
V) Divisibilty By 8
http://www.mathhelpace.com/DivisibilityBy7And8.html
VI) Divisibilty By 11
http://www.mathhelpace.com/DivisibilityBy11.html
VII) Divisibilty Test for 2 to 11
http://www.mathhelpace.com/DivisibilityTest.html
VIII) Divisibilty By any Prime Divisor and General Divisibility Rule
http://www.mathhelpace.com/DivisibilityRule.html
The topics are to be studied preferably in the above order.
With Warm Regards,
K.V.Lakshmi Narayana
kvln@mathhelpace.com
http://www.mathhelpace.com

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