Q: Is twenty nine a prime number?

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Thirty-nine is NOT a prime number. It is composite.

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No, it is not a prime number because it can be divided by 9 to get 3. A prime number is only divisible by itself and one.

Two and nine are prime numbers. Two is the only even prime number.

The prime numbers from one to nine are 2, 3, 5, and 7. There are nine numbers from one to nine. The probability is 4 (the number of prime numbers) over 9 (the total number of numbers). Therefore, the probability of choosing a prime number is 4/9 or about 44 percent.

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It is divisible without remainder by 1 and itself, and no other positive integer. That is the definition of a prime number.

104,729 (one hundred four thousand, seven hundred twenty nine) is the 10,000th prime number.

29 is a prime number, and 60 has many numbers. the closest you'll get is 58.

twenty three and twenty nine!! :)

21 is not a prime number.

Thirty-nine is NOT a prime number. It is composite.

The number twenty nine in Maori is "tekau mā iwa."

9 is not a prime number

Yes it is a prime because the only thing that goes into it is itself and one!

Neither nine nor sixteen are prime numbers. They are relatively prime to each other.

That number is uttered as "twenty-nine thousandths".

No.