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Q: What prime numbers are the sum f 108?

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#include#includeint a,f,n,sum=0; printf("Enter any number"); scanf("%d",&n); f=1; for(a=1;a<=n;a ); { f=f*a; } for(f=1;f<=n;f ); { sum=sum f; } printf("sumation of factorial numbers :",sum); getch(); }

f(n) = n^3 + 4n + 2 = prime This works for at least two numbers f(0) = 2 f(1) = 7

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Just 2.

float a, b, c, d, sum, mean; scanf ("%f %f %f %f", &a, &b, &c, &d); sum = a + b + c + d; mean = sum / 4.; printf ("sum: %f mean: %f\n", sum, mean);

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The GCF of any set of distinct prime numbers is 1.

#include<stdio.h> main() { int a,b,sum; print f("enter two numbers"); scan f("%d%d",&a&b); sum=a+b print f(the sum of a and b is %d,sum); }

108°f=136.8°c

Expressed as a sum in hexadecimal form, F + D = 1C.

#include<stdio.h> void main() { int i,n,f1=0,f2=1;f,sum=0; printf("enmter the n value"); scanf("%d",&n); for(i=1;i<=n;i++) { f1=f2; f2=f; f=f1+f2; sum=sum+f; }//loop end }main end

Mean = sum of all numbers divided by number of numbers you summed. Call numbers a, b, c, d, e, f (a+b+c+d+e+f)/6 = mean

Yes, the mean can be a decimal because the mean is a+b+c+d+(the numbers)....=e(the sum of the numbers), then e/(the quantity of numbers added together to get e)=f(the mean). Sometimes the sum may not go into the quantity in a whole number, which gives you a decimal.

Firstly, the LCM f a single number is the number itself.The LCM of many numbers is found by dividing the numbers with the smallest prime numbers until the numbers are completely divided and the remainder is zero.Then all the prime numbers used for dividing is multiplied and the LCM is found.

d + f.

Yes, it is true that 2 is the only even prime number. All even numbers are evenly divisible by 2 (that is the definition of an even number). The number 2 is also divisible by 2, however, prime numbers, like all numbers, are evenly divisible by themselves, so that does not disqualify 2 from being a prime number.

Depends on what substitues those letters. It can be an infinatly amount of numbers that can be put into the place of those letters.

Any number of the form n = a*b*c*d*e*f where a, b, c, d, e and f are different prime numbers. n has 26 = 64 factors in total, of which 1 is the number 1 (neither prime nor composite), 6 are prime, and the remaining 57 are composite.

Yes.

-162.4 F

108ºF = 42.2ºC

Take each number in turn, call it "n", and check whether it has any factors f, such that 1 < f < n. If it doesn't, it is a prime number.Take each number in turn, call it "n", and check whether it has any factors f, such that 1 < f < n. If it doesn't, it is a prime number.Take each number in turn, call it "n", and check whether it has any factors f, such that 1 < f < n. If it doesn't, it is a prime number.Take each number in turn, call it "n", and check whether it has any factors f, such that 1 < f < n. If it doesn't, it is a prime number.

High 108*F Low -57* F.

What I would do is square each of the consecutive even numbers, and then add their squares. It depends on how complex you want the answer to be. If you need a formula to do it, then use the following. If it's always starting at two, then use the formula: Sum of even numbers' squares from 0 to w. x=w/2 f(x) = (4*x^3+6*x^2+2*x)/3 If you put in 1, then you get the first even number squared. If you put in two, then you get the sum of the squares of the first two even numbers. Three will give you the sum of the squares of the first three even numbers. If you need to vary where it starts (e.g. adding the squares of the even numbers from 8 to 26) the use that formula with the larger number (13, because 26 is the thirteenth even number) and then subtract the formula at the lower number minus one (3, since 8 is the fourth even number, and 4-1=3). F(13)=3276; F(3)=56; 3276-56=3220. So, the sum of the squares of the even numbers from 8 to 26 is 3220. Sum of even numbers' squares from w to z. x=(w/2)-1 y=z/2 f(y)-f(x)

The concept of prime number is so important that it has been generalized in different ways in various branches of mathematics. Generally, "prime" indicates minimality or indecomposability, in an appropriate sense. For example, the prime field is the smallest subfield of a field F containing both 0 and 1. It is either Q or the finite field with p elements, whence the name. Often a second, additional meaning is intended by using the word prime, namely that any object can be, essentially uniquely, decomposed into its prime components. For example, in knot theory, a prime knot is a knot which is indecomposable in the sense that it cannot be written as the knot sum of two nontrivial knots. Any knot can be uniquely expressed as a connected sum of prime knots. Prime models and prime 3-manifolds are other examples of this type.