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# The cube root of this number is 1 more than the smallest prime?

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###### November 16, 2008 10:14PM

The cube root of this number is 1 more than the smallest prime?

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### How do you find the largest cube factor of a number?

The answer depends on how good you are.
You can either factorise the number completely and express it in
terms of the exponents of its prime factors. Any prime with an
exponent of 3 (or a multiple of 3) is a cube factor.
A faster, but more demanding way is to see if 8, 27, 64 ... are
factors.
The answer depends on how good you are.
You can either factorise the number completely and express it in
terms of the exponents of its prime factors. Any prime with an
exponent of 3 (or a multiple of 3) is a cube factor.
A faster, but more demanding way is to see if 8, 27, 64 ... are
factors.
The answer depends on how good you are.
You can either factorise the number completely and express it in
terms of the exponents of its prime factors. Any prime with an
exponent of 3 (or a multiple of 3) is a cube factor.
A faster, but more demanding way is to see if 8, 27, 64 ... are
factors.
The answer depends on how good you are.
You can either factorise the number completely and express it in
terms of the exponents of its prime factors. Any prime with an
exponent of 3 (or a multiple of 3) is a cube factor.
A faster, but more demanding way is to see if 8, 27, 64 ... are
factors.

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### What number above 100 has the most factors?

There is no such number. No matter how high you go, there will
always be another larger number with more factors.
Let's say you take the number 101. This is a prime number, so
its prime factorization is 101 = 1 * 101
Now let's look for a number with an additional prime factor. In
order to do this, we multiple 101 by the smallest prime number:
2
101 * 2 = 202
This new number now has two prime factors: 2 and 101
If we keep multiplying our numbers by 2, we will keep getting
one more prime factor each time. This will continue as our number
approaches infinity.

###### Asked in Math and Arithmetic, Factoring and Multiples, Prime Numbers

### Is 99999 a prime number?

99,999 is not a prime number because it has more than two
factors and so therefore it is a composite number
99,999 is not a prime number because it has more than two
factors
99,999 is not a prime number because it has more than two
factors
99,999 is not a prime number because it has more than two
factors

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### Is 897 a prime number?

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### What is prime numbver?

###### Asked in Prime Numbers, Composite Numbers

### Is 2 a prime number or a composite number?

2 is prime because it only has two (2) factors: 1 and itself.
It's the smallest prime number and the only prime number that is
even.
Two is actually a prime number. Here are the definitions of prime
number and composite number by Merriam-Webster.com: Prime number -
any integer other than 0 or 1 that is not divisible without
remainder by any other integers except 1 and the integer itself.
Composite number - factorable into two or more prime factors other
than 1 and itself. Two, since it is only divisible by one and
itself, is considered a prime number. It is the only even prime
number (because every other even number is divisible by two).

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### When is a number prime?

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### What is the smallest 1-digit composite number?

Referring to only positive integers, the smallest
composite number is 4 (2 x 2). A composite number is any number
that is the product of two or more prime numbers.
*Referring to all integers, it would be the negative number -9,
(3 x -3), which is the also the arithmetically lowest one-digit
number. However, under normal definitions, negative numbers are
not considered prime or composite numbers.