IN MATH: 1. adj. a natural number greater than 1 which is divisible by exactly 2 numbers: 1 and itself; not composite. EX. One is neither prime nor composite.

IN ENGLISH: 1. adj. the most important; very good; best . EX. This is prime beef.

 See: A Game for Two Players - fun vocabulary drill on prime, composite, reciprocal, multiple Recognition of Prime Numbers Game - a web page that permits one to test knowledge of the primes and composites from 1 through 100 Divisibility Tests - 2 through 10 with links to other resources prime factorization of whole numbers from 1 to 122 in text form Primes Spreadsheet - with a prime factorization of whole numbers from 1 to 122, whole numbers from from 1 to 500 with primes marked in color

APPLICATION: See list 30.

1. List the prime numbers between 40 and 58.

2. List the prime numbers which are multiples of 3.

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