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Q: What do you call numbers greater than 1 that are not primes?

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There are an infinite number of primes greater than any number given.

They are called co-primes.

No, all primes greater than 2 are odd numbers.

The longest string of consecutive numbers that are primes is two digits long, consisting of 2 and 3 only. There are no other consecutive numbers that are primes because no even numbers greater than 2 are primes.

52 is composite. No even numbers greater than 2 are primes.

The next three primes greater than 41 are 43, 47, and 53.

No.

All natural numbers greater than 1 the product of 1 and one or more primes.

There is no particular characteristic that is common to such numbers other than they are positive integers greater than or equal to 4.

There are some patterns, but none that can help you determine, in all cases, whether the number is a prime or not.For example: * All primes except 2 are odd numbers. However, not all odd numbers are primes. * All primes greater than 3 are of the form 6n - 1, or 6n + 1. However, not all numbers of this form are primes.

All prime numbers greater than 2 are odd numbers. For an odd prime to be written as the sum of two primes, one of the primes must be 2 because two odd primes will produce an even sum. 11 cannot be written as the sum of two primes. 13 = 2 + 11. 17 cannot be written as the sum of two primes. 19 = 2 + 17.

Any number greater than one can be co-prime. I guess the answer is 49.

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