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Q: Why is 23 and 32 not a symmetrical prime number?

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23 x 32

No. For example, reversing 23 gets 32.

23 x 32 x 7 = 504

prime number 32: 2

The next prime number after 32 is 37.

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No. For example, 61 is a prime number; 16 is not a prime number.

23 is a prim number, so only 1 can go into both 23 and 32.

1 That's because 23 is a prime number.

No because as for example 23 is a prime number but 32 is a composite number

23 x 32

23 x 32

No. For example, reversing 23 gets 32.

23 x 32 x 7 = 504

23, 29 and 31

23 is a prime number that does not divide evenly into 32. The only factor they have in common is 1, so 1 is the GCF.

prime number 32: 2

The question is: What are the prime numbers between 16 and 32? We must first remember what a prime number is. A prime number is a number that can only be divided by 1 fand also by itself. So the numbers between 16 and 32 that can only be divided by 1 and itself are 17, 19, 23, 29, and 31.