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No, a Prime number is only divisible by one and itself.

600/1=600

600/2=300

600/3=200

600/4=150

600/5=120

You get the point.

Q: Is 600 a prime number

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Fractions don't have prime factorizations, or anyfactorization for that matter.540/600 boils down to 0.9, but the smallest factor of any number is ' 1 '.

It is: 743 because it only has two factors

600 HAHA, i love whoever posted 600 and i laugh at whoever asked this question... 743 is the prime...

The prime factorization of 600 using exponents is: 23 x 3 x 52

It is: 2*2*2*3*5*5 = 600

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Yes, the number 743 is prime.

23 x 3 x 52 = 600

Prime factor both numbers and use the numbers the number of times it is used the most in either number. In this case the LCM is 600.

600=2^3*3*5^2 There are no two prime numbers that multiply to make 600. It takes 3 different prime numbers (2, 3, 5) to make 600, used as 6 factors (2*2*2*3*5*5).

Fractions don't have prime factorizations, or anyfactorization for that matter.540/600 boils down to 0.9, but the smallest factor of any number is ' 1 '.

It is: 743 because it only has two factors

As 479 is a prime number, it cannot be simplified any further, so it remains as 479 over 600.