Q: What are the five consecutive composite numbers from 101 to 200?

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101 is a prime number because it only has two divisors, 1 and itself. It is not a composite number because it cannot be divided evenly by any other numbers.

102 & 104

The numbers are 101 and 102.

Of the numbers in your question, three are prime, and one is composite. The three prime numbers are 13, 37, and 101, and the composite number is 91. 91 is equal to 13 x 7.

101 and 103

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There are an infinite number of composite numbers after 101.

101 is a prime number because it only has two divisors, 1 and itself. It is not a composite number because it cannot be divided evenly by any other numbers.

102 & 104

Any numbers that don't have common prime factors will do; for example, 23 and 32; 2x3 and 5x7, 3x5 and 2x7, etc.Any two consecutive numbers will have no common factor, for example, 8 and 9 (the first example I gave above), or 100 and 101. However, in the second example, 101 is not a composite number.

101

Out of those 100 numbers, 21 of them are prime numbers, so the remaining (100 - 21) = 79 are composite.

101 and 131

The numbers are 101 and 102.

Any odd number of consecutive numbers in which the center number is 100 will have this property. The simplest example is 99, 100, 101.

101 is a prime number.101 is a prime number.

Consecutive means following one another. E and F are consecutive, as are Tuesday and Wednesday and 100 and 101. The number 15 is NOT between any consecutive whole numbers. However, it is between the whole numbers 14 and 16 --- which of course are not consecutive.

Of the numbers in your question, three are prime, and one is composite. The three prime numbers are 13, 37, and 101, and the composite number is 91. 91 is equal to 13 x 7.