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Choose some numbers and work in a small group to
figure out how to apply the tests for divisibility by 4, 6,
7, 8, 9, and 11 given on pp. 211–214.
a. Use a calculator to select some numbers that are and
some that aren’t divisible by these numbers. Give an
example to show that each test works.
b. Write an answer to the question, “Which tests, if
any, are interesting but too complicated to be of
much practical value in checking divisibility?”
Present your conclusions and reasons for your
choices.

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Ms. Sue
Hmmm! I think you're confused.
Your school subject is NOT the name of your school.
I don't see a small group here.
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