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I've looked at other's answers and it all seems so complicated. Any additional reading to suggest?

I've googled it and this:
for x in range(2,int(n**0.5)+1):
Makes absolutely no sense to me.

If it's divisible by 2 and/or 3 and/or 5 then it's not a prime.

So can you try again? How would test to see if 17 is or is not a prime number? And why?

malpaso...you are trying really hard to give instruction...clap clap clap

definition of prime number===can't be exactly dividable except 1and prime number itself

i hope you study mathematics

i hope you could read more carefully henceforth.

i want to ask you ' how about 121, is it prime number?'

Heh- I was just looking for one myself.

oh wow, didn't think of that. thanks

sorry, just a little frustrated.

Put something on student47s post.