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97 is a prime number.

you'll have to rephrase the question and give us the entire problem?

I think 97 is a prime number.

97 goes into 97 one time. It is a prime number.

1 and 97 go into 97 evenly. Everything else is a decimal value. 9.8488578 is the square root. If you don't know that 1 and 97 go into 97 you probably deserve an F in math.


BootsiebabyAnd what do you deserve for missing the "s" off the end of "maths"?


1 and 97. It's a prime number.

97 is not divisible by any other number; it is a prime number. Meaning: nothing goes into 97 (casual use of what two numbers have the product 97). Here are the first few prime numbers: 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.

It's prime, so 1 and 97

it's prime. 1 and 97 do

Everything. However, only 1 and 97 go into 97 EVENLY.

It's a prime number. Learn to use a calculator. If you can't figure that problem out, you probably should take the F in math to review it. While you're at it, learn to use punctuation properly, nothing is exciting enough to use that many exclamation marks.

Everything goes into 97.

97 is prime so it can only mean 1 and 97 ...btw why would 1 simple question determine a passing grade or not?

Ah, you mean 97 factorial. That's different.

3252017 There is no defined operation called "goes into". You have to explain what you are talking about.

97 does not divide evenly by other numbers, it is a prime number.
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