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Q: What are the fourth and fifth prime numbers?

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The product of the fourth and sixth prime numbers is 91.

prime numbers to the fourth power, like 16 and 81.

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2, 3, 5, 7, 9 * * * * * 9 is not a prime. The fifth prime is 11.

If your question was really "Are 3 and 1 mutually prime?" The answer is no as by definition nothing can be mutually prime with 1 (which also by definition is not a prime number). The first prime number is 2. The second is 3. The third is 5. The fourth is 7. The fifth is 11. etc. However numbers can be "mutually prime" even when the numbers themselves are not prime numbers. For example 12 and 6 are neither mutually prime nor prime numbers, but 15 and 4 are mutually prime but neither is a prime number.

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Prime numbers to the fourth power, like 16 and 81.

The first prime numbers are 2, 3, 5, 7, 11, 13, 17, and 19. The first prime number is 2 and the fifth prime number is 11. The product of these two numbers is 2 x 11 = 22.

Arrange the numbers in ascending order, and then take the mean of the fourth and fifth number.

One fifth to the fourth power is 0.0016

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Prime numbers to the fourth power like 16 and 81.

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Arrange the numbers in order of size (increasing or decreasing). The median of all eight is the mean of the fourth and fifth. The mean of the two numbers is their sum divided by two.

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