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2. Using divisibility tests, answer each of the following:
a. There are 1379 children signed up to play in a baseball
league. If exactly 9 players are to be placed on each
team, will any team be short of players?
b. A forester has 43,682 seedlings to be planted. Can these
be planted in an equal number of rows with 11 seedlings
in each row?
c. There are 261 students to be assigned to 9 teachers so
that each teacher has the same number of students. Is
this possible?
d. Six friends win with a lottery ticket. The payoff is
$242,800. Can the money be divided evenly?e. Jack owes $7812 on a new car. Can this amount be paid
in 12 equal monthly installments?

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  2. Six friends win with a lottery ticket. The payoff is
    $242,800. Can the money be divided evenly?e. Jack owes $7812 on a new car. Can this amount be paid
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