Write both numbers as decimal numbers, then look for terminating decimals between the two.
if i ask you.........how?
They are the numbers that can be expressed as fractions such as: 2.11, 2.12, 2,13 ... etc
Eratosthenes' method of finding prime and composite number is called 'The Sieve of Eratosthene'.
It is called a sieve.
If you use the "list the multiples" method of finding the LCM, it is likely that the lists and the size of the numbers on the list will increase as the numbers you are comparing get larger. If you learn the "prime factorization" method, you can avoid that.
If there are no numbers to divide - not even 1 - then you have made a mistake.
It is a method of finding the LCM (Least Common Multiple) of 2 or more numbers. Suitably used for finding the least common denominator when adding/subtracting fractions.
Nobody. That is because there is no pattern to prime numbers. There are various methods to find some classes of prime numbers but none that will find all of them.
their isn't a formula or method for finding prime numbers. Prim numbers are just all the numbers that have only two factors not including zero. Like 2 is a prime number because it can be multiplied by 1 and two two get it but not all even numbers are prime 2 is the only one another example is 5 because to get 5 you can only multiply it by 1 and 5
Experiments are a method for finding solutions to problems.