Q: Is 359 a prime number

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359 is a prime number.

359 is a prime number. Its only prime factor is 359.

359 is a prime number.

1 and 359. It is a prime number.

Not evenly, as 359 is actually a prime number.

1 x 359, 359 x 1 = 359 (359 is a prime number).

359 is a prime number so its only factors are: 1, 359

Nothing 359 is prime

3949 is a composite number; its factors are 1, 11, 359, and 3949.

359 itself is a prime number.So, written as the product of primes, it's . . . . .1 x 359

A multiple has to be equal to or larger than the number itself, so there are no multiples for 359 that are between 49 and 95. 359 is a prime number, so it has no factors between 49 and 95 either.

Yes.