The first two-digit prime number is 11.
You line up the last numbers and then add it!
Multiply the three-digit number by the one's digit, or last digit, of the two-digit number. That is your first part. Now multiply by the second-to-last digit, or ten's digit, and multiply the result by 10. That is your second part. Add the two parts and that is your answer.
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The first 2 digit integer is 10. This is an even number and is therefore the answer.
101 is the first three-digit prime number.
The hundredths digit is the digit two after the decimal point; in 17.033 the hundredths digit is the (first) 3.
Divide the two-digit number by the one-digit number. If the remainder is zero then the 2-digit number is a multiple and if not, it is not.
No. There's no two digit numbers that could do this. The largest two digit number is 99. If you add 99 to itself, you only get 198, which is much smaller than a four digit number.