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The number 27 has a cube root of 3, which is 2 (the smallest prime) plus 1.

Q: What number's cube root is 1 more then the smallest prime?

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no because it has one or more numbers that go in to it.

An on-line prime number chart ended at 10007. There are many more charts available for download. So the answer is that there are many five digit prime numbers.

Primes and composite numbers have two or more factors, including 1 and the number itself. 1 has only one factor, so it is neither a prime nor a composite number.

If ' N ' is the number, then six more than the cube of the number is (N3 + 6).

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The cube root of this number is 1 more than the smallest prime?

The cube root of this number is one more than the smallest prime

The smallest prime is 2. One more than the smallest prime is 2+1=3. The cube root of 27 is 3 (because 3*3*3=27). So the answer is 27.

27

8 if 1 is included as a prime number or 27

Prime numbers, raised to a power, have one more factor than their exponents. The smallest prime number is 2. 210 has eleven factors. 210 = 1024

Prime numbers, raised to a power, have one more factor than their exponents. The smallest prime number is 2. 210 has eleven factors. 210 = 1024

The Least Common Multiple (LCM) is the smallest number that two or more numbers will divide into evenly.

there are more composite numbers the prime becuz more things can be divided into

There are more than 25 prime numbers; there are an infinite number of prime numbers.

There are more odd numbers than prime numbers.

Yes, there are many more composite numbers than prime.