(a) 572

(b) 726352

(c) 5500

(d) 6000

(e) 12159

(f) 14560

(g) 21084

(h) 31795072

(i) 1700

(j) 2150

Answer :

(a) 72 are the last two digits. Since, 72 is divisible by 4. Hence, 572 is also divisible by 4

572 are the last three digits. Since, 572 is not divisible by 8.

Hence, 572 is not divisible by 8

(b) 726352

52 are the last two digits. Since, 52 is divisible by 4. Hence, 726352 is divisible by 4

352 are the last three digits. Since 352 is divisible by 8.

Hence, 726352 is divisible by 8

(c) 5500

Since, last two digits are 00. Hence 5500 is divisible by 4

500 are the last three digits. Since, 500 is not divisible by 8.

Hence, 5500 is not divisible by 8

(d) 6000

Since, last two digits are 00. Hence 6000 is divisible by 4

Since, last three digits are 000.

Hence, 6000 is divisible by 8

(e) 12159

59 are the last two digits. Since, 59 is not divisible by 4. Hence, 12159 is not divisible by 4

159 are the last three digits. Since, 159 is not divisible by 8.

Hence, 12159 is not divisible by 8

(f) 14560

60 are the last two digits. Since 60 is divisible by 4. Hence, 14560 is divisible by 4

560 are the last three digits. Since, 560 is divisible by 8. Hence, 14560 is divisible by 8

(g) 21084

84 are the last two digits. Since, 84 is divisible by 4. Hence, 21084 is divisible by 4

084 are the last three digits. Since, 084 is not divisible by 8. Hence, 21084 is not divisible by 8

(h) 31795072

72 are the last two digits. Since, 72 is divisible by 4. Hence, 31795072 is divisible by 4

072 are the last three digits. Since, 072 is divisible by 8. Hence, 31795072 is divisible by 8

(i) 1700

Since, the last two digits are 00. Hence, 1700 is divisible by 4

700 are the last three digits. Since, 700 is not divisible by 8. Hence, 1700 is not divisible by 8

(j) 2150

50 are the last two digits. Since, 50 is not divisible by 4. Hence, 2150 is not divisible by 4

150 are the last three digits. Since, 150 is not divisible by 8. Hence, 2150 is not divisible by 8

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