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Q: Can every whole number greater than one be written as the sum of two prime numbers?

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The same as every other even numbers greater than 2, 124 is a composite number.

1 can't.

67 is a prime number; 38, like every even number greater than 2, is a composite number.

Look up a list of prime numbers (a Google search for "prime numbers" or "list of prime numbers" should do); every number (greater than 1) that is NOT a prime number is composite.

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Those are composite numbers.

Every number greater than 1 has the two factors 1 and the number itself.

There are an infinite amount of numbers greater than two that are composite numbers. Every even number, for instance, is a composite number

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Every number can be written as a quotient.Every rational number can be written as a quotient of whole numbers.

The Fundamental theorem of arithmetic.

' 1 ' and itself.

Think of every singles number that you can think of. Then divide every single number that you can think of by every single number you can think of. These will give you all the numbers that can be written as fractions. In other words, Every single number can be written as a fraction. There are an infinite amount of possibilities.

It is because of the way in which positive and negative numbers are defined.

No.

Every six-digit number is greater than any five-digit number.

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