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Q: The even number between 5 and 10?

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It is even because you can divide 10 by 2

The only prime number between 5 and 10 is 7.

Prime numbers can ONLY be divided (without a remainder) by themselves and the number 1. No even number can ever be a prime number. The number 10 is an even number and can be divided by 5 (10/5=2) and 2 (10/2=5)

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The only such number between 55 and 101 is 80.

prime numbers between 4 and 10: 5 & 7

the even numbers between 10 and 20 are :10,12,14,16,18,20 so there are 4 even numbers between 10 and 20 (without counting the 10 and 20 =)) i hope this helped u =)

10 is the number halfway between -5 and 15.It is: 5

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Uh.. 7

It is (5 + 10)/2 = 15/2 = 7.5

10 = 2*5 (prime decomposition)So for a power of 10 to be a square means that the powers its factors must be even. A power of 10 is a square if it contains an even number of factors of 2 and 5. Since 503 is an odd number, 10^503 has an odd number of powers of 2 and 5, so it can't be the square of an integer.

Any number ending in 5 that isn't 5 is a multiple of 5. Any number ending in zero is even. The only even prime number is 2.

There are 10 numbers between 1 to 10 (inclusive).5 of those are odd and 5 of them are even.

The answer is 10

Seven.

6,7,8,9

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10

5 and 3/10

10 < x + 5 < 20

5 is a prime number followed by 7

There are no prime numbers in between these numbers. The only whole number between them is 6