# Math-

Find all values of the missing digit that make the statement true.
5,33_ is divisible by 11.

A) 8
B) 6
C) 1
D) 5

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1. Try them and see.
It isn't 5338.
Only one will work, since the evenly divisible numbers are 11 apart.

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posted by drwls
2. d 5

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3. because if u try 1 8 or 6 it will not work.

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4. Correct

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