Author Mskenyagraham in Mathematics, 08.09.2018

I dont really get the hang of sequential numner and studying what amounts to replace the letter with I guess the fundamental order of operation?

Answered by sammyguy

Prime numbers are any number that is not divisible by a number. For example, 13 is a prime number because you can't divide anything into 13 and get a whole number. When you replace a number with a letter, you assign a variable to the number. Ex. x=1020-x=1020-10=1010=10 so saying x=10 is true.

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