if the product of 10 times 10 times 10 is a 1000 then what three prime numbers whose product is 1001
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@mathstudent55 Help me please?
Well, if 10*10*10 = 1000, can you think of 3 prime numbers each in the ballpark of 10?
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A number that cannot be divided by any other.
So, can you list the first 10 or so?
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1001 is not divisible by 3
Since there is no divisibility test for 7, try dividing by 7
3 and 5 don't work, check 7
actually there is an easy trick to see that this is divisible by 11
start with the last digit, then compute as follows:
\[1-0+0-1=0\] so the remainder when dividing by 11 is 0, i.e. it is divisible by 11
11, 7, 13
11 * 7 * 13 = 1001
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Alternatively, look at the list of the first 10 primes: 2, 3, 5, 7, 11, 13, 17, 19, 23, 29
Pick the three closest to 10, multiply them together and make sure the product is 1001.