Q: What is greater the number 10 or 5?

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A number can't be both less than 5 and greater than 10.

5 or 10

Any prime number greater than 10 is an odd number but cannot end in 5 as this makes it divisible by 5. Therefore the ones digit of any prime number greater than 10 must be 1, 3, 7 or 9.

-5

The inequality that fits this condition is that X is greater than 1.

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A number can't be both less than 5 and greater than 10.

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No solution.If it's less than 5, it can't be as much as 10, so it certainly can't be greater than 10.If it's greater than 10, it can't be as little as 5, so it certainly can't be less than 5.

Any prime number greater than 10 is an odd number but cannot end in 5 as this makes it divisible by 5. Therefore the ones digit of any prime number greater than 10 must be 1, 3, 7 or 9.

89 + (5 x 10) = 139

-5

The inequality that fits this condition is that X is greater than 1.

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