Is the number 582 divisible by 283? Can the first number be divided evenly by the second (without a remainder)? Compare the prime factorizations of the two numbers

Is the number 582 divisible by 283?

Method 1. The division of the two numbers:

A natural number 'A' could only be divisible by another number 'B' if after dividing 'A' by 'B' the remainder was zero.


582 would be divisible by 283 only if there was a natural number 'n', so that:
582 = 'n' × 283


When we divide the two numbers, there is a remainder:


582 ÷ 283 = 2 + 16


There is no natural number 'n' such that: 582 = 'n' × 283.


The number 582 is not divisible by 283.


Note:

1) If you subtract the remainder of the above operation, 16, from the original number, 582, then the result is a number that is divisible by the second number, 283:


582 - 16 = 566


566 = 2 × 283


2) If you subtract the remainder of the above operation, 16, from the second number, 283, and then add the result to the original number, 582, you get a number that is divisible by the second number, 283:

283 - 16 = 267


582 + 267 = 849.


849 = 3 × 283.


The number 582 is not divisible by 283
When the two numbers are divided, there is a remainder.

Method 2. The prime factorization of the numbers:

When are two numbers divisible?

The number 582 would be divisible by 283 only if its prime factorization contained all the prime factors that appear in the prime factorization of the number 283.


The prime factorization of the numbers:

The prime factorization of a number: finding the prime numbers that multiply together to make that number.


582 = 2 × 3 × 97
582 is not a prime number but a composite one.


283 is a prime number and cannot be broken down into other prime factors.



* The natural numbers that are only divisible by 1 and themselves are called prime numbers. A prime number has exactly two factors: 1 and itself.
* A composite number is a natural number that has at least one other factor than 1 and itself.


The prime factorization of the number 582 does not contain (all) the prime factors that occur in the prime factorization of 283.


The number 582 is not divisible by 283.


The number 582 is not divisible by 283.

The final answer:
The number 582 is not divisible by 283.
When the two numbers are divided, there is a remainder.
The prime factorization of the number 582 does not contain (all) the prime factors that occur in the prime factorization of 283.

Note:

The number 566 is divisible by 283

The number 849 is divisible by 283

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