Prime Numbers

Prime numbers are special multitude of numbers, for which all, and at least of the following is true:

* They are positive

* They are round

* They are bigger than the number 1

* Every prime number has to have only 2 positive divisors – 1 (one) and itself.

Prime numbers are for example 3, 5, 7, 991, etc. You can easily generate a list with all of the prime numbers up to a number, with this online tool: http://whatisaprimenumber.net/generate-a-list-of-prime-numbers/

On that site you can also read some interesting and valuable information about them, too. You can use some premaid lists with such numbers, available on the site.

2 is the only one even prime number. Primes are infinite and the smallest one of them is also 2.

Prime Numbers List up to 500

The following is a list with all of the prime numbers up to 500:

2 – 3 – 5 – 7 – 11 – 13 – 17 – 19 – 23 – 29 – 31 – 37 – 41 – 43 – 47 – 53 – 59 – 61 – 67 – 71 – 73 – 79 – 83 – 89 – 97 – 101 – 103 – 107 – 109 – 113 – 127 – 131 – 137 – 139 – 149 – 151 – 157 – 163 – 167 – 173 – 179 – 181 – 191 – 193 – 197 – 199 – 211 – 223 – 227 – 229 – 233 – 239 – 241 – 251 – 257 – 263 – 269 – 271 – 277 – 281 – 283 – 293 – 307 – 311 – 313 – 317 – 331 – 337 – 347 – 349 – 353 – 359 – 367 – 373 – 379 – 383 – 389 – 397 – 401 – 409 – 419 – 421 – 431 – 433 – 439 – 443 – 449 – 457 – 461 – 463 – 467 – 479 – 487 – 491 – 499

 

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