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You divide the number by 2. If the number is able to divide WITHOUT a remainder, then it is a prime number. If you divide a number by 1, you will get the same number. That is not a prime number.

The prime number 3 can divide 27 and 36.

Divide the prime number.

The smallest prime number that will divide 147 evenly is three.

There are only 9 numbers between 80 and 90 - so lets look at them all Remember we only need to find 1 number that will divide the number except for 1 and itself for it to be NON-PRIME. 81 - 3 will of course divide this number - so not prime. 82 - 2 will of course divide this number - so not prime. 83 - PRIME!!! 84 - 3 will of course divide this number - so not prime. 85 - 5 will of course divide this number - so not prime. 86 - 2 will of course divide this number - so not prime. 87 - 3 will of course divide this number - so not prime. 88 - 2 will of course divide this number - so not prime. 89 - PRIME!!! So, the only numbers between 80 and 90 that are primes are 83 and 89!

It isn't 1 is. 1 is always the smallest. Can you divide 1 and get a whole number? No a prime number is something that you can divide into, yes you can divide it, making it a negative number, but not a whole number. * * * * * In fact, 1 is NOT a prime (nor a composite), so 2 IS the smallest prime.

120 is NOT a prime number because you can divide it by 10 and 5 and 2....

no,132 is not a prime number because you can divide 132 by 2

No it is not. A prime number will only divide (to give an integer as a result) by 1 and itself. 267 will also divide by 89 & 3 so it is not prime.

You can divide it by 5.

you can divide it by 3

you can divide it by 2

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