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Q: What prime numbers are bigger than 6?

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All numbers greater than 2 are composites, not prime numbers.

10 does not have 6 prime numbers.

'8' & '6' are NOT prime numbers. '8' is a factor of 40 and 48. '6' is factor of 42 and 48. Both '6' & '8' are factors of 48. ( 6 x 8 = 8 x 6 = 48)

2 3 5

3 is a prime number. The other numbers are even numbers greater than 2, so they are composite numbers, not prime numbers.

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4,5, and all numbers bigger than 6.

'8' & '6' are NOT prime numbers. '8' is a factor of 40 and 48. '6' is factor of 42 and 48. Both '6' & '8' are factors of 48. ( 6 x 8 = 8 x 6 = 48)

All numbers greater than 2 are composites, not prime numbers.

No.

10 does not have 6 prime numbers.

Prime Numbers under 6 are 2,3,5

2 3 5

3 is a prime number. The other numbers are even numbers greater than 2, so they are composite numbers, not prime numbers.

No. There are only 4.

Then it follows as the night the day that each of the other numbers, individually and collectively, is less than 6.

The prime numbers from 1 to 6 are 2, 3 and 5.

There are no prime numbers as all multiples of 6 are divisible by 2, 3, and 6

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