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# Divisible

 Divisibleyields True if n is divisible by m, and yields False if it is not.
• Divisible works for integers or rational numbers n and m.
• Divisible works with exact numeric quantities, as well as explicit numbers.
• For exact numeric quantities, Divisible internally uses numerical approximations to establish its result. This process can be affected by the setting of the global variable \$MaxExtraPrecision.
Test whether 10 is divisible by 3:
Test whether 10 is divisible by 3:
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 Scope   (3)
Divisible works with numbers of any size:
Divisible threads itself element-wise over lists:
Symbolic forms of numeric quantities:
Rational numbers:
Gaussian integers:
Numeric quantities:
With symbolic inputs, Divisible stays unevaluated:
 Applications   (3)
Select numbers that are divisible by 3:
Highlight numbers that are divisible by 3:
Show numbers that divide exactly:
Divisible is False unless is an integer:
Divisible does not automatically resolve the value:
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