What do you need help with ?
I put down what I need help with
I see no direct answers but that one requires a direct answer prime numbers are numbers that are divisible only by one and it self. That's all I got for you.
A prime number is a number with only multiples. 1 and the number. No other number can be multiplied by anything to equal that number. Does that make sense?
I think so?
Do you know how to find the multiples of a number?
I forgot how.
Ok. So how you find the multiples or sometimes called factors of a number is by dividing your number by 1,2,3,4 and so on until you come to the point where you can't divide it anymore. Any decimals or fractions that you get when you divide a number by that number that means that that number is not a factor or multiple.
http://www.helpingwithmath.com/by_subject/factors_multiples/fac_multiples.htm here is a website that might be able to explain it better
So my answer is 28
so my answer is 19?
Yes. Very good
Your welcome :)