# SOLUTION: Hi, I'm Lauren and I really need help with this Math Problem. Please help me and e-mail me back as soon as possible! Thank you I really Apreciate it! Circle the prime numbers.

Algebra ->  Algebra  -> Numeric Fractions Calculators, Lesson and Practice -> SOLUTION: Hi, I'm Lauren and I really need help with this Math Problem. Please help me and e-mail me back as soon as possible! Thank you I really Apreciate it! Circle the prime numbers.       Log On

 Ad: Algebra Solved!™: algebra software solves algebra homework problems with step-by-step help! Ad: Algebrator™ solves your algebra problems and provides step-by-step explanations!

 Algebra: Numeric Fractions Solvers Lessons Answers archive Quiz In Depth

 Question 58701: Hi, I'm Lauren and I really need help with this Math Problem. Please help me and e-mail me back as soon as possible! Thank you I really Apreciate it! Circle the prime numbers. 2 7 60 71 82 93 Ps/ I dont even know what prime numbers are! Thanks Again!Answer by checkley71(8403)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!prime numbers are numbers that are not multiples of any other number ( except 1). 2 is prime because it s only factors are 1 & 2 (1*2=2) 7 is another prime number (1*7=7) 60 is not a prime number because it has many factors (2*30=60, 3*20=60, 4*15=60, 5*12=60 & 6*10=60) 71 is a prime number 82 is not prime (2*41=82) 93 is not a prime number (3*31=93) NOTE: any number ending in an even number 2(exception is 2),4,6,8,0 are not prime. also numbers ending in 5 (except 5) are not prime.