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Q: What are all the prime numbers from 1-27?

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127 is a prime number so it can't be factored further into prime numbers.

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The numbers 109, 113, 127 and 131 are prime.

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ANSWER: The prime numbers between 110 - 130 are 113 and 127.

137 and 127 are the only two prime numbers in the list.

They are: 113 127

127 + 5

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The numbers 127, 131, 137, 139, 149, 151 and 157 are prime.

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How about: 127+5 = 132

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All composite numbers do. All prime numbers are already prime.

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127 prime numbers in that range. See related link for prime numbers up to 10000. Plus there is a link to download Zip files of prime numbers up to 1 million.

(508) = 2 * (254) (254) = 2 * 127 so, prime factors are 2,2 and 127 so, numbers it will divide by are 2 and 127