### Divisibility test of 5, 2 and 10 – Video Explanation

**Problem 1 – Divisibility rule for 5**

Check whether 4353 is divisible by 5?

a) Yes

**b) No**

Solution:

A number is divisible by 5 if the digit at ones place is either “0” or” 5″.

In, 4353

3 is the digit at one’s place.

So, 4353 is not divisible by 5

**Problem 2 – Divisibility rule for 5**

Check whether 6520 is divisible by 5?

**a) Yes**

b) No

Solution:

A number is divisible by 5 if the digit at ones place is either “0” or” 5″.

In, 6520

0 is the digit at one’s place.

So, 6520 is divisible by 5

**Problem 3 – Divisibility rule for 5**

Check whether 53425 is divisible by 5?

**a) Yes**

b) No

Solution:

A number is divisible by 5 if the digit at ones place is either “0” or” 5″.

In, 53425

5 is the digit at one’s place.

So, 53425 is divisible by 5

**Problem 4 – Divisibility rule for 5**

Check whether 354670 is divisible by 5?

**a) Yes**

b) No

Solution:

A number is divisible by 5 if the digit at ones place is either “0” or” 5″.

In, 354670

0 is the digit at one’s place.

So, 354670 is divisible by 5

**Problem 5 – Divisibility rule for 5**

Check whether 524874 is divisible by 5?

a) Yes

**b) No**

Solution:

A number is divisible by 5 if the digit at ones place is either “0” or” 5″.

In, 524874

4 is the digit at one’s place.

So, 524874 is not divisible by 5

**Problem 6 – Divisibility rule for 5**

Check whether 648971 is divisible by 5?

a) Yes

**b) No**

A number is divisible by 5 if the digit at ones place is either “0” or” 5″.

In, 648971

1 is the digit at one’s place.

So, 648971 is not divisible by 5