Q: What is the prime number of 18 and 60?

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60 is neither a square number nor a prime number.

The only number that equals 60 is 60, and it's not a prime number.

18 is not a prime number so no number can have 18 as a prime factor.

2x2x3x5=60

The number halfway between 18 and 60 is (18 + 60)/2 = 39.

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no, 60 is not a prime number.

We deny the premise. 60 is not a prime number.

60 is neither a square number nor a prime number.

The only number that equals 60 is 60, and it's not a prime number.

The first prime number after 18 is 19.

A twin prime is a prime number that differs from another prime number by two. 18 is not a prime; it is a composite number. All even numbers are composites and 18 is an even number.

least prime number greater 60 = 61

The first prime number greater than 60 is 61.

18 is not a prime number so no number can have 18 as a prime factor.

2x2x3x5=60

The number halfway between 18 and 60 is (18 + 60)/2 = 39.

2 is a prime number. 18 is a composite number.