Q: Is there a prime number that goes into 317?

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1 and 317. It is a prime number.

Composite.

The fractional part of this, 17/100, doesn't reduce (17 is prime). When we add the 3 (the whole number) to this fraction, we get 317/100. 317 is also prime, though, so the only way to express this as a fraction is 317/100.

There are a number of possible answers, though the most likely (depending on your curriculum) is 317 which is the only prime.

Nothing goes into 1 but itself, it is not a prime number, 2,3,5,7,11,13,17..... are prime numbers. 2 is the only even number that is prime.

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317 is a prime number.

Yes, 317 is a prime number. Its only factors are 1 and itself.

1 and 317. It is a prime number.

317 is a prime number, therefore its only factors are one and itself.

No, 317 is a prime number: its only factors are one and itself.

317 is a prime number having only two factors which are itself and one

Composite.

Only 1 and 317 because it's a prime number

The fractional part of this, 17/100, doesn't reduce (17 is prime). When we add the 3 (the whole number) to this fraction, we get 317/100. 317 is also prime, though, so the only way to express this as a fraction is 317/100.

There are a number of possible answers, though the most likely (depending on your curriculum) is 317 which is the only prime.

Nothing goes into 1 but itself, it is not a prime number, 2,3,5,7,11,13,17..... are prime numbers. 2 is the only even number that is prime.

to answer a prime number you must find a number that goes into it and that divides by itself :)