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Topic: Prime Number Definition
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Prime Number Definition
Posted: May 18, 2013 2:24 PM
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A prime number is a number where an equal division leaves an unequal remainder. For example 7 is 6/2 with a remainder of 1. The proof of this 6/2=3-1=2. Therefore we know 6+1 is prime and 7 is prime.


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