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it will change your speedometer's accuracy It also depends on what vehicle, not all vehicles will have adequate clearances.

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As 235 is ending by a 5 then it is divisible by 5 As 235 is not even it is not divisible by 2 As 2+3+5 is not divisible by 3, 235 is not divisible by 3 235/5 = 47 47 i…s prime so 235 = 5 * 47 and there's no other way to factorize it (MORE)

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Any number greater than 5 which ends in "5" MUST be divisible by 5, so yes, it's composite.

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Little unclear question, but it is either just 235% or 2.35 in decimal format (1 = 100%).

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No they are different heights (65 and 75 mm) and different rim sizes, 17 and 15 inch diameter respectively.

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You can but it is not a good swap as you are going to a tire that is 3.09% larger and you should never go over 3%. To keep everything equal and you want to go to a 75 series t…ire you would need to install a 215/75-16 which is an excellent substitute. (MORE)

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If there is room for the extra height, yes. But your speedometer will not be accurate. This is a unacceptable swap. Your speedometer will read 56.1 at a true 60 mph. If you w…ant to go to a 65 series tire then install a 195/65-17 which is an almost perfect swap or 205/65-17 which is acceptable. 215/65-17 is also acceptable. (MORE)

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235, 470, 705, 940, 1175, 1410, 1645, 1880, 2115, 2350, 2585, . . . ∞

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if you mean lcm of 2,3 and 5 it is 30. If you mean multiples of 235, it is 235, 470, 705, 940, 1175, 1410 etc

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235 is not divisible by three. The factors of 235 are 1, 5, 47,235. .
In long division, 235 divided by 3 equals 78 with a remainderof 1.