Q: Is 1763 prime

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Yes, 1763 is a composite number. Its prime factorisation is 41 x 43.

No because it has more than two factors

1763 = MDCCLXIII

the proclamation of 1763 decleration of independents

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John Stuart, 3rd Earl of Bute until 8th April 1763 then George Grenville was Prime Minster from 16th April 1763 to 13th July 1765

Yes, 1763 is a composite number. Its prime factorisation is 41 x 43.

George Grenville

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No because it has more than two factors

King George III issued the proclamation of 1763.

There were two Prime Ministers of Great Britain in 1763.John Stuart, the third Earl of Bute was Prime Minister from 26 May 1962 to 8 April 1763 and George Grenville was PM from 17 April 1763 until 10 July 1765.

George Grenville was the Prime Minister of Great Britain 1763 - 1765.

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If you mean George Grenville, April 1763 to July 1765

Prime Minister George Grenville

The Earl of Bute was succeeded by George Granville as British Prime Minister in 1763.There were two Prime Ministers of Great Britain in 1763.John Stuart, the third Earl of Bute was Prime Minister from 26 May 1962 to 8 April 1763 and George Grenville was PM from 17 April 1763 until 10 July 1765.