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Interesting Facts About Prime Numbers

Explaination of prime numbers

Date : 04/02/2023

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Twinkle Vijaybhai

Uploaded by : Twinkle Vijaybhai
Uploaded on : 04/02/2023
Subject : Maths

understanding primes and composite numbers is to think of them as the product of factors. "2 times 3 equals 6, so 2 and 3 are factors of 6. So, there are two ways to make six 1 times 6, and 2 times 3. I like to think of them as factor pairs. So, with a composite number, you have multiple factor pairs, while with a prime number, you have only one factor pair, one times the number itself.

1 is not prime number because 1 has only 1 factor.

2 is prime number because 2 has two factors like 2 and 1.

3,5,7,11,13,17 are prime numbers because they have only two factors like that number and 1.

So there are many prime numbers who`s have only two factors.1st that number and 2nd 1.

Interesting facts about prime numbers

2 is only even number and prime also.

Otherwise 3,5,7,11,13,23,71 are all odd number and prime number.

Composite number can explain as product of prime numbers

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