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I want to know about divisiblity rule of 11 step by step
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Harshu Raji Harshu2020 1 week, 5 days ago

For divisibility rule 11 you need to see the following example. Example : 3553 So step 1 : do odd and even Odd = 3and 5 Even 3 and 5 then add each Even 3+5=8 Odd 3+5=8 Now subtract each 8-8= 0 so if the answer is 0 or divisible by 11 table its is divisible 11 too. So this is divisibility rule of 11.

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