# Divisible by 10

The divisibility rule of
10 states that If the last digit of a number is 0 then the given number is
divisible by 10.

**For Example:** Check whether 5400
is divisible by 10 or not?

**Solution:**

As the last digit of the
number is 0 hence, 5400 is divisible by 10

**Here are Few Examples Illustrated
on the Divisibility Rule of 10:**

**1. Check whether the
following numbers are divisible by 10 or not and state why?**

(i) 8500

(ii) 4213

(iii) 1478

(iv) 33060

(v) 850

(vi) 4230

(vii) 45822

(viii) 1008

(ix) 7400

(x) 3090

(xi) 6010

(xii) 4512

(xiii) 8500

(xiv) 6302

(xv) 2450

(xvi) 4400

(xvii) 5063

(xviii) 4710

(xix) 2050

(xx) 7475

**Solution:**

(i) 8500

Since the last digit is
0 hence, 8500 is divisible by 10

(ii) 4213

As, the last is 3 hence,
4213 is not divisible by 10

(iii) 1478

The last digit is 8 so,
1478 is not divisible by 10

(iv) 33060

As, the last digit is 0
hence, 33060 is divisible by 10

(v) 850

The last digit is 0
hence, 850 is divisible by 10

(vi) 4230

Last digit is zero
hence, 4230 is divisible by 4230

(vii) 45822

The last digit is 2
hence, 45822 is not divisible by 10

(viii) 1008

The last digit is 8 hence;
the number is not divisible by 10

(ix) 7400

7400 has 0 as the last
digit so 7400 is divisible by 10

(x) 3090

3090 has last digit 0
hence, 3090 is divisible by 10

(xi) 6010

The last digit is zero
hence 6010 is divisible by 10

(xii) 4512

The last digit is 2
hence, 4512 is not divisible by 10

(xiii) 8500

The last digit is 0
hence, 8500 is divisible by 10

(xiv) 6302

The last digit is 2
hence, 6302 is not divisible by 10

(xv) 2450

The last digit is 0
hence, 2450 is divisible by 10

(xvi) 4400

The last digit is 0
hence, 4400 is divisible by 10

(xvii) 5063

The last digit is 3,
hence 5063 is not divisible by 10

(xviii) 4710

The last digit is 0
hence, 4710 is divisible by 10

(xix) 2050

The last digit is 0
hence, 2050 is divisible by 10

(xx) 7475

In 7575 the last digit
is 5 hence, 7475 is not divisible by 10

**2. Rewrite the series with
numbers that are divisible by 10 in a different color:**

7850 9600 3050 1008 5420 45686 4730

**Solution:**

**7850 9600 3050 **1008** 5420 **45686** 4730**

**3. Fill in the blanks with
digits so as to make the following numbers divisible by 10:**

(i) 78 … 0

(ii) 857 …

(iii) … 560

(iv) 110 …

(v) 630 …

(vi) 4 … 20

(vii) 3 … 40

(viii) 830 …

(ix) 408 …

(x) 753 …

**Solution:**

(i) 7830

(ii) 8570

(iii) 8560

(iv) 1100

(v) 6300

(vi) 4220

(vii) 3440

(viii) 8300

(ix) 4080

(x) 7530

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