If you include negative numbers, that's an infinite list.
They are 3,5,7,17,19,11,13
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Searching in Google for "list of prime numbers" should help you get a listing. From there you can pick the prime numbers that satisfy your criteria.
It would be impossible to list all the even numbers.
For this type of question, you should search the Internet for a list of prime numbers. All the integers that are not prime numbers are composite. In this case, the relevant prime numbers are 101 and 103.
In any list of distinct numbers, one will be greater than the others. In the list of common factors, one will be the greatest.
There is an infinite number of prime numbers. It is not possible to list them.
That's an infinite list.
Since 13 is not an even number, a list of even numbers cannot start with 13. Perhaps you mean 3 consecutive even numbers greater than 13: 14, 16, 18. Or perhaps you mean 3 consecutive even numbers starting with the digits 1 and 3: 130, 132, 134.
There are infinitely many numbers that are less than 30 and so it would be impossible to list them all.
Zero is an even number, but to say even numbers start with zero does not take into account even negative numbers. Zero is an even number on an infinite list of even numbers that has no beginning and no end.
5x5=25 6x6=36 the only two prime numbers b/t 20 and 40 are 25 and 36
That's an infinite list. 1.41, 1.42, 1.43... 1.411, 1.412, 1.413...
There are infinitely many of them so it is not possible to give a list. All numbers of the form 50+2n, where n is a positive integer, will fit the bill.
Unfortunately the list is infinate.
No, only mean is synonymous with average. The median is the number in the middle of a list when it is put in order. In other words, it is the number that is less than half of the numbers in a list and greater than the other half. If a list has an even number of numbers, the median is the average of the two numbers at the middle of the list when it is in order. The mode is the number that appears most often in a list. For example, in a list of the number of days in each month, the mode is 31, because there are more 31-day months than 30-day, 29-day or 28-day months. The range is the difference between the highest value and the lowest value in a list of numbers.
Look up a list of prime numbers (a Google search for "prime numbers" or "list of prime numbers" should do); every number (greater than 1) that is NOT a prime number is composite.
All even numbers from 4 upwards are composite numbers and that 2 is the only even prime number.
less than 100
The list of prime numbers less than or equal to seven:2, 3, 5, 7
List the numbers from 2 to 100. Rows of 10 work well. Cross out all the multiples of 2 that are greater than 2. This will be the rest of the even numbers. Go to the next number that isn't crossed out (3) and cross out all of its greater multiples. Proceed in this fashion. Next up will be 5. You can stop when you get to fifty. The numbers that aren't crossed out are prime.