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a prim number is a number that only one and its self can go it to it ....... And a composite number is when other numbers can go in to it

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The prime numbers are: 2*2*5*37 = 740

The prime numbers up to 50 are: 2,3,5,7,11,13,17,23,29,31,37,41,43,47.

No.

There are none.

327 = 3 × 109

7,387

2 is the only prime factor of 64.

2 x 3

The correctness of either Prim's or Kruskal's algorithm, is not affected by negative edges in the graph. They both work fine with negative edges. The question boils down to "Does a Priority Queue of numbers work with negative numbers?" because of the fact that both Prim's and Kruskal's algorithm use a priority queue. Of course -- as negative numbers are simply numbers smaller than 0. The "<" sign will still work with negative numbers.

3 x 5 x 29 = 435

100 = 2*2 * 5*5

Well, first of all, 30 and 40 are not prim numbers. Here is a list of prim numbers in that general neighborhood. There are others before and after these, but the answer to your question is most likely here in this list: . . . 19 . . 23 . . 29 . . 31 . . 37 . . 41 . . 43 . . 47 . . 53 . . 59 . . 61 . . .

The only prime number in that range is 113.

the only number that is neither prime nor composite is 1.

11 13 17 19 23 29

A prime number is a natural number with only two numbers: itself and 1.

Prim and Proper,

Prim dies on page 406

NÚMEROS PRIMOS, es así como se dice en castellano "prime numbers".

Prim dies in chapter 25.

prim is not in it

If there are no prime factors in common, the LCM will be the product of the two numbers. If common factors exist, the LCM will be less. It will never be more.