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169 is not a Prime number. it can be divided by 13. 169 / 13 = 13. so actually 13 would be the square root of 169.

No, it is 13 x 13

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โˆ™ 2013-07-30 06:20:40

A prime number can only be divided evenly by itself or 1.

As 169 is divisible by 13, as well as 1 and 169, it is not a prime number (169 / 13 = 13).

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