• 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.
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And 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.
• 3-25-2017 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.