Q: What is so special about the number 51?

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51 IS a whole number and so you do not need to do any estimating!

10 goes into 51 five times. so the whole number is 5. 10 times 5 is 50. When ten goes into 51 it leaves one left over which is the top number. Then the denominator (the number on the bottom) stays the same so it is 10. So your answer is 5 1/10.

It is: 51 because it has more than two factors and so therefore it is a composite number

51 appears more than any other number, so it is the mode.

Composite numbers are numbers that are not prime- that is, they are divisible by numbers besides 1 and themselves. 51 is actually divisible by 1, 3, 17, and 51, so it is composite.

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51 is a prime number, so only 1 and 51 can go into it.

51 is a Prime number, so only 1 and 51 can go into it.

17 X 3 = 51, so no.

131 is a prime number 29 is a prime number so the answer is 131/51 = 2 and 29/51 (a mixed number). Note as 29 is also a prime number, the proper fraction 29/51 can not be simplified.

51 IS a whole number and so you do not need to do any estimating!

You don't. 51 is a prime number, so this expression can not be factored.

10 goes into 51 five times. so the whole number is 5. 10 times 5 is 50. When ten goes into 51 it leaves one left over which is the top number. Then the denominator (the number on the bottom) stays the same so it is 10. So your answer is 5 1/10.

It is: 51 because it has more than two factors and so therefore it is a composite number

3 x17 is 51 51 is not a prime number it is composite. use this rule : You wil know a number is divisible by 3 if you add up the digits. if the sum is a multiple of 3 then that number is divisible by 3. i.e.: 51 5+1 =6 6 is divisible by 3 so 51 is divisible by 3. 51/3= 17

51 appears more than any other number, so it is the mode.

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No, 51 is not a prime number. A prime number is a number that has only itself and 1 as a factor. 51's factors are 1,3,17, and 51.