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alli4476 Group Title

how many prime numbers are between -14 and 21 5 4 3 2 I believe it is 4

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  1. alli4476 Group Title
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    can anyone tell if I am right

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  2. iheartfood Group Title
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    idk are those the answer choices u have?

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  3. alli4476 Group Title
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    yeah

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    hi

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  5. alli14344 Group Title
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    lol love you sissy bye !!! goodluck :)

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    oh okay then idk sorry, cuz this is what i'm getting.. prime number: -13 -11 -7 -5 -3 3 5 7 11 13 17 19 idk thoo hahaha i might be wrong on a couple??idk... but yeah thats what i got.. sorry i couldn't help!

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    good luck tho:)

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    thanks iheartfood

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    np :) sorry i couldn't be of more help... good luck!

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    Prime numbers are positive integers. So this question is the same as asking how many primes are there between 2 and 21?

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  11. alli4476 Group Title
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    integers are numbers right

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    integers are whole numbers

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  13. alli4476 Group Title
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    ok

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  14. alli4476 Group Title
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    is my thought right is it 3

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    no

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  16. Mertsj Group Title
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    Prime numers are integers greater than one whose only factors are 1 and the integer itself

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    ohh all positive!! hahha i knew there was something i was missing!! so aren't these the prime numbers between 2-21 then? 3 5 7 11 13 17 19

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    For example, 3 is a prime number because the only factors of 3 and 1 and 3

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    so five right because there are a lot of prime numbers sorry guys I really am I am in the ninth grade and was moved a lot during school so I missed a lot I will try to understand though and I am getting

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    Given the possible answers, I guess that the question is actually asking: How many prime numbers are there between 14 and 21? In which case the answer is two: 17 and 19

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    but didn't it say -14 and 21? not +14 and 21?

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  22. alli4476 Group Title
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    yeah so now I am confused thanks though us for all your help

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  23. JamesJ Group Title
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    What does the question say: How many prime numbers are there between -14 and 21 or ...between 14 and 21?

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    idk, maybe you should ask ur teacher what she/he was asking?? idk cuz if its +14 to 21, then it's 2, like @JamesJ said...17 and 21 but if its -14 to 21, well thats a different story!

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    um it says -14 and 36 sorry guys not sure where I got 21 nd yeah maybe I should ask my teacher

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    yeah haha cuz theres definitely more than 5 if its between -14 and 36! lol good luck :)

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    *EVEN if its between...... sorry forgot the word even lawlz

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    thanks you guys really I told my teacher that some times her work does not make sense

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