## Number syetem tricks by5

Division rule by 5

A last digit of a number must be 0 or 5 then the whole number must be devided

Ex:-
81637985÷5

Ans) 5÷5=1

So 81637985 must be devided by 5

Practice
1)26562970
2)6441875
3)816572980

You probably already know what a number system is - ever hear of binary numbers or hexadecimal numbers? Simply put, a number system is a way to represent numbers. We are used to using the base-10 number system, which is also called decimal. Other common number systems include base-16 (hexadecimal), base-8 (octal), and base-2 (binary).
Before we get started, let's try a little activity for fun. There are many different ways to represent a color, but one of the most common is the RGB color model. Using this model, every color is made up of a combination of different amounts of red, green, and blue.
You may be wondering how colors relate to number systems. In short, on a computer, any color is stored as a large number: a combination of red, green, and blue. (We'll go into more detail on this later.) Because it's just a number, it can be represented in multiple ways using different number systems.
Your job is to guess how much red, green, and blue is in the background color of the activity below. The values for red, green, and blue can range from 0 to 255.
Feel free to use the various hints provided to help you out. If you don't understand the numerical hints yet, no problem! You can see what your guess looks like using the View Guess button. Right now, it may seem tricky, but hopefully by the end of the article, it will seem easy.

## Number systems tricks

Division rule by 8

2^3=8

Soif the last three numbers is devided by 8 then the whole number is devisible by 8

Ex:-
2825832

Ans) 832÷8
=104

So 2825832 is devisible by 8

Practice questions
1)7447875
2)8275277
3)8167288
4)9277385

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You probably already know what a number system is - ever hear of binary numbers or hexadecimal numbers? Simply put, a number system is a way to represent numbers. We are used to using the base-10 number system, which is also called decimal. Other common number systems include base-16 (hexadecimal), base-8 (octal), and base-2 (binary).
Before we get started, let's try a little activity for fun. There are many different ways to represent a color, but one of the most common is the RGB color model. Using this model, every color is made up of a combination of different amounts of red, green, and blue.
You may be wondering how colors relate to number systems. In short, on a computer, any color is stored as a large number: a combination of red, green, and blue. (We'll go into more detail on this later.) Because it's just a number, it can be represented in multiple ways using different number systems.
Your job is to guess how much red, green, and blue is in the background color of the activity below. The values for red, green, and blue can range from 0 to 255.
Feel free to use the various hints provided to help you out. If you don't understand the numerical hints yet, no problem! You can see what your guess looks like using the View Guess button. Right now, it may seem tricky, but hopefully by the end of the article, it will seem easy.

## Number system tricks 2017

You probably already know what a number system is - ever hear of binary numbers or hexadecimal numbers? Simply put, a number system is a way to represent numbers. We are used to using the base-10 number system, which is also called decimal. Other common number systems include base-16 (hexadecimal), base-8 (octal), and base-2 (binary).
Before we get started, let's try a little activity for fun. There are many different ways to represent a color, but one of the most common is the RGB color model. Using this model, every color is made up of a combination of different amounts of red, green, and blue.
You may be wondering how colors relate to number systems. In short, on a computer, any color is stored as a large number: a combination of red, green, and blue. (We'll go into more detail on this later.) Because it's just a number, it can be represented in multiple ways using different number systems.
Your job is to guess how much red, green, and blue is in the background color of the activity below. The values for red, green, and blue can range from 0 to 255.
Feel free to use the various hints provided to help you out. If you don't understand the numerical hints yet, no problem! You can see what your guess looks like using the View Guess button. Right now, it may seem tricky, but hopefully by the end of the article, it will seem easy.

Divisability by 4

2^2=4

So if the last two digits is devisible by4 then the whole number will be devisible by 4

Ex:-
1736636÷4

Ans)(36÷4)=9

So 1736636 will be devisible by 4

Q)try these
1)2764782
2)7355618
3)7365517
4)8266171
5)72755177

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## Number system tricks for solving fast

You probably already know what a number system is - ever hear of binary numbers or hexadecimal numbers? Simply put, a number system is a way to represent numbers. We are used to using the base-10 number system, which is also called decimal. Other common number systems include base-16 (hexadecimal), base-8 (octal), and base-2 (binary).
Before we get started, let's try a little activity for fun. There are many different ways to represent a color, but one of the most common is the RGB color model. Using this model, every color is made up of a combination of different amounts of red, green, and blue.
You may be wondering how colors relate to number systems. In short, on a computer, any color is stored as a large number: a combination of red, green, and blue. (We'll go into more detail on this later.) Because it's just a number, it can be represented in multiple ways using different number systems.
Your job is to guess how much red, green, and blue is in the background color of the activity below. The values for red, green, and blue can range from 0 to 255.
Feel free to use the various hints provided to help you out. If you don't understand the numerical hints yet, no problem! You can see what your guess looks like using the View Guess button. Right now, it may seem tricky, but hopefully by the end of the article, it will seem easy.

Number system

Division rule by 2

2^1=2

Soif  the first digit of the number devisible by 2 then the total number will be divided

Ex:-

165794÷2

Ans) 4÷2=2

So 165794 will be divisable by 2

Qu)

1) 18734898
2)6482528
3)88597674
4)93772

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