Q: What are multiples of 25 but are prime numbers?

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Multiples of 6 are even composite numbers.

prime numbers can only be multiples of 1 and itself. perhaps 3 is just the number you want.

the common multiples of 20 and 25 is 100 (through 100)

17 = 17, which is a prime number, and prime numbers can have multiples of themselves and 1. 1

Two multiples of any number greater than one can't be co-prime. They would always have that number as a common factor.

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No, multiples of prime numbers are composite.

All the numbers from 2 to 19 are multiples of prime numbers.

Multiples of 6 cannot, by definition, be prime numbers!

Multiples aren't prime.

25 and 28 are both multiples of 1. The prime factors of 25 are 5 and 5. The prime factors of 28 are 2, 2, and 7. The two numbers do not share any prime factors, so their greatest common divisor is 1.

25 is a square number that is a factor of 50 and a multiple of the prime number 5.

Prime Factorization means multiples of prime numbers. For example take 150 number, 150=2*75 2*25*3 2*3*5*5 2,3 and are the prime numbers. We have to do this process until we get all prime numbers.

Multiples of 10 cannot be prime.

There prime numbers

no

prime numbers can only be multiples of 1 and itself. perhaps 3 is just the number you want.

Multiples of 6 are even composite numbers.