How to Test for Divisibility (Free Divisibility Test Chart)

Lately Joely's been working on finding common factors in her math curriculum. She knows how to do short division already, which makes it quick and easy for her to find factors, but sometimes it's helpful to know ahead of time whether a number is divisible by a certain factor or not.

We've talked about how to test a number for divisibility (whether a number can go evenly into another number), but I made up this Divisibility Test Chart for her to use as a reference when she needs it.

I've created both a color pdf version and a grayscale pdf version of the Divisibility Tests Chart for you to download and use if you'd like.

And as usual, I try my best to make sure there are no errors or misspellings in the chart, but if you happen to find any, please let me know.

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