Every Prime number except 2 is an odd number, so adding 1 to any prime number except 2 results in an even number.
Any even number, except 2, is NOT a prime.Any even number, except 2, is NOT a prime.Any even number, except 2, is NOT a prime.Any even number, except 2, is NOT a prime.
Any even number except 2 is COMPOSITE, not prime.
The number 113 is a prime number. It is not divisible by any number except 1 and itself.
All of the prime numbers (except 2) are odd. The sum of any two prime numbers (except 2) will be even. Unless 245 is a prime number (it isn't) your question does not have a solution.
Yes. A prime number is a multiple of 1.
No prime is a multiple of any number other than itself and one.
A prime number is a multiple of itself and one.
37 is prime. It cannot be divided evenly by any number (except itself and one) so it is prime.
A prime number cannot be divided evenly by any number except one. 182 / 2 = 91, so is not prime.
A prime number can be multiplied by any other numbers because all whole numbers are the product of prime numbers.
For a number to be prime it should not be divisible by any number except itself and number 1038 can be divided by 2,3, eg; so 1038 is not a prime number.
Any number that is not just divisible by itself and 1, can not be a prime number.For instance any even number (except the number 2) can not be a prime number, because all even numbers are divisible by 2.