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All numbers between 1000 and 2000, or anywhere else, can be expressed as a power of another number.

√2000 ≅ 44.7 √3000 ≅ 54.8 The squares of 45 to 54 lie within the range 2000 to 3000. There are thus 10 perfect square numbers between 2000 and 3000.

1000+1000 1000x2

The two thousand numbers either side of 1999 are 1000 and 2000. The difference between 1999 and these numbers are 999 and 1 respectively. Clearly the second is nearer.

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All numbers between 1000 and 2000, or anywhere else, can be expressed as a power of another number.

22 of them.

Do a search on Google, for "prime numbers" table, or "prime numbers" list, and you will surely find something.I cannot tell precisely without looking up a table or doing some longish calculus but as a gross estimatation there should be about this many prime numbers between 1000 and 2000:2000 / ln(2000) - 1000 / ln(1000) =~ 263 - 144 = 119Actual number of primes between 1000 and 2000 should be a little above 119(in the range [140, 160] i think)

They are 1024, 1125 and 1372.

√2000 ≅ 44.7 √3000 ≅ 54.8 The squares of 45 to 54 lie within the range 2000 to 3000. There are thus 10 perfect square numbers between 2000 and 3000.

1000+1000 1000x2

1000

1000 to 2999 inclusive so 2000 numbers.

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The two thousand numbers either side of 1999 are 1000 and 2000. The difference between 1999 and these numbers are 999 and 1 respectively. Clearly the second is nearer.

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