There are 49 even numbers less than 100, but only the number 2 is an even Prime number less than 100.
There is only one even prime number, and that is 2. The "less than 200" is a bit of a ruse.
There is only one even prime number. It is the number two.
The only even prime number is 2.
There is only one even prime number and that is 2 as all over even numbers can be divided by 2 and 2 is not square so there isn't a number less than 100 that is an even prime square number.
No but 2 is the only even prime number
There is only one prime number which is even - that is 2 - and it also happens to be less than 100. All other prime numbers are odd.
Only one number can be both even and prime, and that is the number 2.
Prime numbers, except 2, are always odd (they would not be prime if they were even cos they would be divisible by 2.) 1 less than any odd number must be an even number.
The only even prime number is... 2 !
Just the one and it is 2
Literally every single even number less than 1000 is a composite number other than 2 which is prime.
The largest prime number less than 50 is 47.
Two is the smallest prime number less than 100.
9797 is the largest prime number less than 100.
47 is the greatest prime number less than 48.
The greatest prime number less than 200 is 199.
The lowest prime number that is less than 37 is 29.
the greatest prime number less than 200 is 199
67 will be the largest prime number less than 70.
The sum of the 25 primes less than 100 is even (it is 1060).The first prime number is 2. Every other prime number is odd.So, of the 25 primes less than 100, one is even and 24 are odd.Any two odd numbers sum to an even number. Therefore, an even number of odd numbers has an even sum. So the sum of 24 odd numbers is even.Therefore, the sum of the 25 primes less than 100 is even.
It is a number 1 less than a prime number. There is nothing else that can be said about it that is invariably true.
There is only one even prime number - 2.