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i need all the prime numbers of 1-100

  • math 5th grade -

    Well, that was easy, I just typed
    "first 100 primes" into Google and this was the first page

    http://www.google.ca/search?hl=en&q=first+100+primes&btnG=Google+Search&meta=

  • math -

    I need help in math[please].

  • math 5th grade -

    I don't get how to estimate by rounding each number to the nearest tenth
    9.715 - 5.891
    please show me how to solve this problem

  • math 5th grade -

    To estimate you must look at the numbers after the decimal point. In the first number the tenths place is 7. When you estimate you must look at the number to the right. The number to the rightof the 7 is 1. Since 1 is smaller than 5 you make the number 7. If the number to the right was 5 or bigger you would round it to 8. to round 5.891 you woulmake it 5.9. Now the problem becomes 9.7-5.9
    I Hope I helped!

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    2.000

  • math 5th grade -

    Wow... I'm not so sure I could figure that out on my own.

    I searched for it online, and here are all the 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


    Hope I helped!

  • math 5th grade -

    ha ha i already knew.just kidding i never knew.THANKS.

  • math 5th grade -

    What is funny about wasting time of people who are willing to help you?

  • math 5th grade -

    All I do is type in google or look in a library book

  • math 5th grade -

    I need help on 5.9 (A) im fifth grade.....

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