There is a difference of 95 when the prime number 2 is subtracted from the prime number 97.
103 is a prime number and 95 is a composite number.
95 and 24 are composite numbers and 31 is a prime number
95 is not a prime. All numbers greater than 5 that end in 5 are composites numbers.Composite.
97-2=95 The answer is 95
Neither are prime numbers. 32 is an even number greater than 2 and 95 ends with a 5, so is divisible by 5.
To start, 95 is a multiple of 5 (which is prime). We know this from the one's digit (either 0 or 5).So 95 /5 = 19, which is prime. So 5 x 19 = 95.Multiplication is the only way, not addition. No two prime numbers can add to make an odd number, by the way. The only even prime number is 2, so all other primes are odd. Add any two odd numbers will result in an even number.So if 2 can be added to a number to get 95, the other number is 93, which is divisible by 3, and is not prime.
All of them except for 89 which is a prime number
95 A composite number has a factor in addition to 1 and itself, so it is not a prime number. 11, 47, 89 and 97 are all prime numbers. 95 is divisible by 5 and 19 in addition to 1 and itself - so 95 is the composite.
Actually, 95 is not a prime number because it is divisible by 5.
95 is a composite number. Its factors are 1, 5, 19, and 95, of which 95 is the only composite factor. The prime factors of 95 are 5 x 19.
5*19 = 95