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Is 0 considered divisible by any integer? For example, is 0

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Is 0 considered divisible by any integer? For example, is 0 divisible by 3?
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Re: Divisibility and 0 [#permalink] New post 23 Aug 2008, 00:15
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Yes, zero is divisible by every integer, with one exception: nothing is divisible by zero. Zero divided by three is, of course, zero, which is an integer; therefore zero is divisible by 3.
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