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Q: What is a prime number between 32 and 40?

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47 - 31 = 16

Prime numbers betweeen 30 and 40 are 31 and 37.

31 is the only prime number between 30 and 40

The only one is 37.

There is only one and it is 37

37 is a prime number between 30 and 40.

There are two prime numbers between 30 and 40 - these are 31 and 37.

It is: 32

40 is 40 and 32 is 32. 40 is not - and cannot be - 32 of any number.

The prime factorization of 32 is 2x2x2x2x2 or 25. The prime factorization of 40 is 2x2x2x5 or 23x5. For a number to be a multiple of a given number the multiple must have the entire prime factorization of that number in is. So a multiple of 32 must contain 2x2x2x2x2 or 25 . Likewise a multiple of 40 must contain 2x2x2x5 or 23x5. The least number that this could possible happen with must have 5 factors of 2 and one factor of 5 (the highest exponent on each individual prime factor). Thus the LCM is 2x2x2x2x2x5 or 25x5 Which is 160.

32 is halfway between 24 and 40.It is: 3232 is.

The numbers 31 and 37 are prime.

A prime number won't be divisible by 5

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31 and 37 are the only prime numbers between 30 and 40.

32

37

The prime numbers between 40 and 50 are 41, 43, 47. So their sum is 131.

There are four prime numbers between 20 and 40

They are: 23 29 31 and 37

31 and 37.

31 and 37.

31 and 37

37

31 37.