# is 149 a prime number

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Yes. It is.

149’s square root is a prime. The number is prime because it’s only divisible by 1, 0, and 2. So, because it’s a prime number, it is the highest prime number that doesn’t have its square root divisible by any other prime number.

If you want to get even more creative, you can make a prime by taking 149 and dividing it by itself. This is a very fun way to start a math game, but it’s even more fun to make some prime numbers. To find a prime number, first find the number that is the product of two unique prime numbers. In this case, you’ll find prime numbers 0, 1, and 2, which are all 1 and 2.

This is a prime number, so you can use this prime to make a game, as we call it, prime math. It would be interesting to see if anyone made a game with this as a theme, or whether we saw this as a theme in our research. We just did a survey and found that people had a lot of fun playing this game.

To make the game a little more interesting, we asked people to guess the exact number of prime numbers. If a person guessed that there are 149, they received a \$1,000 gift card to a Walmart. No one guessed that there were 149 other prime numbers that were not prime.

So it looks like the number 149 is in fact prime. But no one ever really thought about what prime numbers are, so we’ll have to see if this game is as fun as the numbers of the survey said it was.

The survey that we did is actually the exact same version that we posted on the web. It was designed by a mathematician named Simon Singh and it was done over a period of about two years. The survey had about a million responses and was sent out to people who had a Google account. We didn’t use any actual survey questions because we wanted you to play the game for yourself.

If something in this survey is correct, it’s interesting to think about what prime numbers could be. Since we don’t know of any prime numbers, we can just make up numbers as we go along. It makes sense that if you create a prime number, you can’t get another prime number. Like a square root of two, for example. But there’s no way you can put another prime number anywhere.

But a prime number can be an odd number if it’s not divisible by two, and even if it’s not divisible by two.