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Which number is a prime number 60 52 84 42?


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Answered 2013-07-30 03:07:28

None. These are all composite.

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None. These are all composite.


23 and 31 are prime numbers whereas 52 33 60 and 25 are composite numbers.


(78 + 42 + 68 + 52) / 4 = 60


60% of 52= 60% * 52= 0.6 * 52= 31.2


60% of 52 = 52*60/100 = 31.2


no, 60 is not a prime number.


The number is 18 because 42+18 = 60


40/4=10 60/4=15 Then the second prime are between 10 and 15, two prime numbers: 11 and 13 The prime number is between 44 and 52 : 47


42 / 0.7 = 60 Therefore, the number that 42 is 70 percent of, is 60.


We deny the premise. 60 is not a prime number.


60 is neither a square number nor a prime number.


The only number that equals 60 is 60, and it's not a prime number.


The first prime number greater than 60 is 61.


least prime number greater 60 = 61


To find 42 percent of a number, multiply the number by 0.42. In this instance, 0.42 x 60 = 25.2. Therefore, 42 percent of 60 is equal to 25.2.


62 is the composite number after 60



The prime factorization will always be longest. 2 x 3 x 7 = 42 2 x 2 x 3 x 5 = 60


the next prime number after 51 is 60 :)


No, the only even prime number is 2.



60% of 52 = 60% * 52 = 0.6 * 52 = 31.2


I assume you are asking what 60% of 70 is. If so, multiply 70 x .60 to find. (70 x .60 = 42). 60 is 42% of 70.



61 is the first prime number greater than 60.



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