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# What is the largest prime number less than 100?

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97 is the largest Prime number less than 100.
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The largest prime number less than 1000 is 997.The largest prime number no less than 1000 is currently 257,885,161-1

The lowest prime number that is less than 37 is 29.

The largest prime number less than 50 is 47.

Since 167 is a prime, any number smaller that 167 will be relatively prime. So, the largest number less than 100, that is 99, is relatively prime.

The largest prime number less than twenty is 19. (BTW, I spotted a spelling error in the word twenty, but I assumed you meant twenty.)

The largest Mersenne prime less than 200 is 127.

Prime numbers can't have whole number square roots, of course, but the largest prime number under 400 is 397.

101. If you want a prime number less than 100, the closest is 97.

There is no such thing as a largest prime number as there are infinitely many, but the largest known prime is a Mersenne Prime (one less than a power of two) - 257,885,161- 1.

The largest number which can be stored in 8 bits is 255. The largest prime number which is less than or equal to 255 is 251.

99 is the largest composite number less than 100: its prime factorisation is 3 x 3 x 11

35 - 19 (the largest prime number less than 20) = 16 Doreen is 16 years old.

The largest prime less than 20 is 19. The largest prime over 60 is 61. The sum of these two numbers is 80.

The answer to "why" is: It's not. 307, 311, and 313 are prime numbers, and there arean infinite number more that are bigger than those.If your question was intended to be "What is the largest . . .", then the answer to that is 293 .

The sum of the two largest prime numbers less than 71 is 128.

There is no correct answer to this question, because it is nonsensical.The question asks for a largest prime number. By definition, a prime number is NOT the product of 2 (or more) prime numbers. So it is nonsensical to ask for any prime number that is the product of 2 prime numbers.

It is a number 1 less than a prime number. There is nothing else that can be said about it that is invariably true.

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