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For each whole number s, the expression s^2+s+11 always results in a prime number. Show this statement is false by providing a counterexample.
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For each whole number s, the expression s^2+s+11 always results in a prime number. Show this statement is false by providing a counterexample.
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satellite73Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.2
you could, for example, make \(s=11\)
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