Q: Why isn't 6 a prime number?

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39 is not a prime number because it has four factors: 1,3,13,39 and because prime number are numbers who has 2 factors.

6 and 9 are not prime numbers 23 is the only prime number in this group

5 is a prime number.

6 is not a prime number b\c, it is divisible to 2 and 3

no, 6 is not a prime number.

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39 is not a prime number because it has four factors: 1,3,13,39 and because prime number are numbers who has 2 factors.

no, 5 isnt divisable by 19. 19 is a prime number and isnt divisable by anything.

a prime number is a number that can only be divided by 1and its self... 1 isnt a prime number but 2, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11 etc... are prime numbers.

23, 37, 79 and 51 (assuming 1851 is a typo, 18 isnt a prime) if not a typo 1851 isnt a prime number anyway, it divides by 3

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6 is not a factor of 80. 6 is not a prime number.

well, the factors of 6 are: 3,2,1, and 6 and the prime factors are 3 and 2 and 6 is not a prime number, it is composite

6 and 9 are not prime numbers 23 is the only prime number in this group

6 is not a prime number for example because 3x2=6. (Numbers can go into it)

Out of 9, 6, and 5, five is the prime number.