nothing, because seventeen is a prime number.
68 is not prime. 68 = 2 * 2 * 17
No, it is not a prime number.
There is no greatest prime number.
68 is composite and 79 is prime
8243 is a prime number, but there is no greatest prime number.
68 is, in fact, a composite number.
68 is a Composite Number.
17 is a prime number but 68 is Composite.
The greatest prime number of 5141 is 71.
43 is the greatest prime number of 860
68 is a composite number because it has more than two factors and it is not a prime or a square number
well in the number 7493 the number 7 is the greatest prime number
71 is prime.
The sum of the prime numbers 2, 5, and 61 is 68.
A prime number is one that only has factors of 1 and its self (3 is a prime number because you can only multiply 1 and 3 to get it). Since you can multiply 1 and 68, 2 and 34 or 4 and 17 to get 68 it is not a prime number.
No, it is composite.
The greatest prime number below 25 is 23.
79 is prime.
2 x 2 x 17 = 68
Though we do not know the greatest (known) prime number, there is no reason or proof that a larger one does not exist.So there is no greatest prime number any more than there is a greatest number.
No, 42 and 68 are not relatively prime. They have more than the number 1 as a common factor.