Q: All the primes in 50-100

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fifty thousand one hundred

1/2

If you mean 50/100 then it is 1/2

it is a brute force way to find all the primes in a given range. Remove all the composites, and you are left with the primes

That's an infinite list.

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fifty thousand one hundred

1/2

The sieve will eventually locate all the primes up to any limit.The sieve will eventually locate all the primes up to any limit.The sieve will eventually locate all the primes up to any limit.The sieve will eventually locate all the primes up to any limit.

Euclid proved there are infinite. He said that if there were a finite number of primes, if you multiply all the primes together and then add 1, the result will be a prime. Thus, there are infinite primes.

Infinity.

50,100 kilometers = 31,130.7 miles.

If you mean 50/100 then it is 1/2

All pairs of two primes are coprime. There are fifteen primes under 50. So that means there are 105 unique pairs of "coprime primes", or more generally, pairs of primes, under 50.

There are an infinite amount of non primes (and primes). It would be impossible to list them.

it is a brute force way to find all the primes in a given range. Remove all the composites, and you are left with the primes

That's an infinite list.

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