# Divisibility Tests for 11 and 13

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In this lesson, you will learn two different methods to test if a number is divisible by 11, regardless of its size. The first method involves adding the outside digits and subtracting the middle one, while the second method requires crossing off the last digit and subtracting the remaining digits. You will also learn a method to test if a number is divisible by 13, which involves multiplying the last digit by 4 and adding it to the remaining digits. These tricks are useful for quickly determining the divisibility of large numbers.

Lesson Description:

Goes over two divisibility tests for 11 and also the one for 13.

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• How do you know if 11 goes into a number?
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• How do you know if 13 goes into a number?
• What is the trick / test for figuring out if 11 goes into a number without dividing?
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• What is the trick / test for figuring out if 13 goes into a number without dividing?
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This lesson shows multiple examples of easy tricks / tests for determining if large numbers are divisible by 11 or 13. All steps are explained in this very understandable lesson. This is a great way to check for divisibility without a calculator.