Math and Arithmetic

# What is the smallest number divisible by 8?

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There is no smallest number since if any number is divisible by 8, then 8 less than that number is also divisible by 8 - and that argument continues all the way to minus infinity!

The smallest positive number divisible by 8 is 8, itself.

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