When a value is divided into another and the quotient results in a whole number value the operation is referred to as divisible. If any remainder is present, the operation is not divisible. This skill will lead us through the topic of factors. Testing for divisibility is an ultra quick way to find factors of very large numbers. You find a progressive difficulty added to worksheets as you go down the page. As you get towards the bottom, you will start to see word problems again. Students will learn methods for determining what numbers a given value is divisible by, calculating common factors for two expressions, reducing fractions, and more.
These worksheets explain how to determine if one number is divisible by another. Your goal here is to learn how build your very own divisibility chart without help from anyone. We will start students off with a lesson to teach the fundamental skill. We will move on to worksheets that are offered in a math sentence form. As time grows, we will advance to full on divisibility tables. We also included different worksheets that offer topics that are directly related to divisibility. For example: simplifying, factoring, normal quotients, and determining the greatest common factor of two integers.