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Q: What is the prime to 130?

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The prime factorization of 130 is 2x5x13.

No prime numbers end in 0. 130 is a composite.

By definition, any multiple of 130 must have 130 as a factor. Therefore no such number can be a prime.

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ANSWER: The prime numbers between 110 - 130 are 113 and 127.

It is 13 and as a product of its prime factors: 2*5*13 = 130

The prime factorization of 130 is 2 x 5 x 13.

Prime factorization of 130 is 2x5x13, (or 21x51x131 if unnecessary exponents must be shown).

The prime numbers between 130 and 140 are 131, 137, and 139.

No, it can be divided by 5. (Ex 130 divided by 5=26)

If there were two prime factors of 130, then they would have to be the only possible factors of 130.If either of them could be broken down to smaller factors, it wouldn't be a prime number.In addition to '1' and '130' ... 2, 5, 10, 13, 26, and 65 are also factors of 130. So there can't be two prime factors.

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