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Q: What is a prime number that has a bigger factor than 25?

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97. It is a prime number and it is bigger than 53.

It is: 61

A composite is any number that has a prime factor smaller than itself and greater than 1.

No. It is an even number (bigger than 2). Which means it divisible by 2 so is not prime.

YES, 511 is the first prime number above 500.

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97. It is a prime number and it is bigger than 53.

A prime factor of a number is a prime number that evenly divides the number. A composite number is a number having more factors than just 1 and itself.

It is: 61

It is: 127

It is: 71

The prime factor of 7 is 7. The prime factor of 8 is 2. The prime factor of 9 is 3. The prime factors of 10 are 2 and 5. The prime factor of 11 is 11.

It is 37

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