Q: What is the smallest prime number between 90 and 110?

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113 is the only prime number in that range.

ANSWER: The prime numbers between 110 - 130 are 113 and 127.

101, 103, 107, 109

110

113

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It is: 113

The prime numbers between the prime number 101 and the composite number 110 are 103, 107, and 109.

It is: 113

109

113 is the only prime number in that range.

The prime factors of 110 are 2x5x11.

ANSWER: The prime numbers between 110 - 130 are 113 and 127.

110. LCM is "Least common multiple," meaning the smallest number divisible by each of the arguments. 110/11=10, 110/10=11, 110/22=5 implies 10, 11, and 22 all divide 110. 110 is the smallest such number because its prime factorization is 2*5*11. 2 and 5 are necessary because 10 must divide the answer; likewise 11 because 11 must divide the answer (remember 11 is prime).

The only prime number in that range is 113.

They are: 2511 = 110

Well, there are INFINITY possibilities. 109.1, 109.3, 109.5, 109.00000000000000000000000000001, etc.

No it can be divided by 2, 10, 5, and other numbers. A prime number can only be divided by 1 and itself (integers) and give a whole (integer) answer.