Q: Why is 289 not a prime?

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The Prime Factor of 289 is 17

No - The prime factors of 289 are 17 and 17.

The prime number (factor) of 289 is: 17

1, 17, 289 17 is prime.

17*17 = 289

289 17,17

289 = 17 x 17

289 = 17 x 17

17 x 17 = 289

17 x 17 = 289

289 = 17^2 17 x 17

289 is composite. 289 = 17 * 17 = 172

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