Prime Numbers

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Greek mathematician Euclid of Alexandria, 300BC.

Prime Number
A prime number is a natural number (no ending) greater than 1 that is not a product of two smaller numbers. A natural number greater than 1 that is not prime is called a composite number.


All prime numbers are written in red.
All prime numbers with a gap of 10(s) {a decade(s)} are highlighted in yellow.

A stack of two prime numbers is called a couplet and a stack of three prime numbers a triplet.

 

25 Prime Numbers from 1 to 100

The Characteristics of Prime Numbers
1. The list of prime numbers is infinite (Greek mathematician Euclid of Alexandria, 300BC).

2. Twin primes (French mathematician Alphose de Polignac, 1849).

3. Prime numbers are associated with time (American mathematical biologist Glenn Webb, 2001). Prime number is prime time. They are about the past, the present, and the future of the universe. Negative prime numbers do exist.

4. All prime numbers are ending in 1, 3, 7, and 9, but not all numbers ending in 1, 3, 7, and 9 are prime. They will never be ending in 2, 4, 5, 6, 8, and 0. The number 2 is the only even number that is prime. The number 5 is the only odd number that is prime, and the numbers 1 and 9 are the only odd numbers that are not prime.

5. By joining all prime numbers ending in 1 with 3 and 7 with 9, slanting lines are formed. (Diagonal lines composed of prime numbers were discovered in Ulam spiral by Polish-born American mathematician Stanisław Marcin Ulam, 1963.)

 

21 Prime Numbers from 101 to 200

 

16 Prime Numbers from 201 to 300

 

16 Prime Numbers from 301 to 400

 

17 Prime Numbers from 401 to 500

 

14 Prime Numbers from 501 to 600

 

16 Prime Numbers from 601 to 700

 

14 Prime Numbers from 701 to 800

 

15 Prime Numbers from 801 to 900

 

14 Prime Numbers from 901 to 1000

 

16 Prime Numbers from 1001 to 1100

 

12 Prime Numbers from 1101 to 1200

 

15 Prime Numbers from 1201 to 1300

 

11 Prime Numbers from 1301 to 1400

 

17 Prime Numbers from 1401 to 1500

 

12 Prime Numbers from 1501 to 1600

 

15 Prime Numbers from 1601 to 1700

 

12 Prime Numbers from 1701 to 1800

 

12 Prime Numbers from 1801 to 1900

 

13 Prime Numbers from 1901 to 2000

 

14 Prime Numbers from 2001 to 2100

 

10 Prime Numbers from 2101 to 2200

 

15 Prime Numbers from 2201 to 2300

 

15 Prime Numbers from 2301 to 2400

 

Prime Numbers from 1 to 2400

Prime numbers 1-400
Prime numbers 401-800
Prime numbers 801-1200
Prime numbers 1201-1600
Prime numbers 1601-2000
Prime numbers 2001-2400

 

Prime Time from 13c to 21c

Prime time