Q: What is the first prime after 1000?

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31 squared = 961. 32 squared = 1,024. The first prime number that is greater than 32 is 37. Therefore, 37 is the first prime number whose square exceeds 1,000.

1000 is not a prime number

No, two is the only even prime number.

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211. There is a list of the first 1000 prime numbers if you look for it in any serach engine.

yes. here is a list of the first 1,000 prime numbers. http://primes.utm.edu/lists/small/1000.txt

The prime factors of 1000 are: 2, 5

Prime No: between 1000 to 9999= 54_( 42x3)

The prime numbers (factors) of 1000 are: 2 and 5

168 prime numbers under 1000.

The largest prime number before 1000 is 997.

31 squared = 961. 32 squared = 1,024. The first prime number that is greater than 32 is 37. Therefore, 37 is the first prime number whose square exceeds 1,000.

The largest prime number less than 1000 is 997.The largest prime number no less than 1000 is currently 257,885,161-1