Prime numbers

A prime number is a number that can only be divided by itself and by 1.

This means that all prime numbers only have two factors.

\(1\) is not counted as a prime number.

The first ten prime numbers are \({2}\), \({3}\), \({5}\), \({7}\), \({11}\), \({13}\), \({17}\), \({19}\), \({23}\) and \({29}\).

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The only even prime number is 2. All other even numbers are divisible by 2.
Question

What are the prime numbers between \({50}\) and \({60}\)?

There are only two prime numbers between \({50}\) and \({60}\). They are \({53}\) and \({59}\).