Q: Is 97 an even number?

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194 is twice 97

Odd times even is even.

97 is an odd number. The reason it's an odd number because when you divide it by 2 there is a remainder of 1. For example 97 / 2 = 48 and a remainder of 1.

97 and 1 because it's a prime number

The divisors of 97 are: 1, 97.

Dialing 97 and then a telephone number will reach a wrong number.

97 is a rational number.

yes. only 1times 97 = 97

97² = 9,409 97 x 97

1 and 97

97 is a prime number

97.97 as a mixed number = 97 97/100

99

97 is a prime number. Thus its prime factorisation is itself: 97. (1 is NOT a prime number.)

The number 97 (or any prime number) is prime because it has no integral divisors aside from 1 and itself. The number 1 will go into 97 exactly 97 times, and 97 will go into 97 exactly 1 time. Other than that, there are no counting numbers (integers or whole numbers) that will divide into it and give a whole number dividend.

The only even prime number is 2. 12-10=2, 13-11=2, 14-12=2,...99-97=2.

Only 1 and 97 since 97 is a prime number.

It is 97, exactly as in the question.

The prime factors of 97 are 1 and 97. Thus, 97 is a prime number.

97 is a prime number.

97 is a prime number.

97 is a prime number

97 is a prime number

97 = ninety-seven.

97 is a prime number.