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Prime Number – Facts and Examples

A prime number is an entire number more noteworthy than 1; yet it very well may be partitioned uniquely by 1 and the number itself.

For instance:

Let us take the number 6.

The number 6 can be separated equally by 2 or 3.

2×3= 6

Let us take another number, say 5.

The number 5 can’t be separated equally.

1×5= 5

In this way, a prime number is a number which:

• Is more noteworthy than 1.
• Can’t be separated equally.
• The main two variables of the number are 1 and the number itself.
• The numbers which are not prime numbers are called composite numbers.

Would you be able to isolate 8 apples equitably among 4 kids?

4×2= 8; every kid gets 2 apples.

4 and 8 are composite numbers.

Would you be able to share 7 apples equally among 4 kids?

No, on the grounds that 7 is a prime number.

Steps to demonstrate whether a number is a prime number or not

Take a stab at separating the number by 2. Check whether you get an entire number. In the event that you do, it can’t be a prime number.

Take a stab at isolating the number by prime numbers like 3,5,7,11. On the off chance that it is distinguishable by prime numbers, at that point it’s anything but a prime number.