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> What is the biggest prime number with a square smaller than 17? The largest prime number that has a square smaller than 17 is 13. The square of 13 is 169, which is larger than 17. The next largest prime number that has a square smaller than 17 is 11, whose square is 121 > The square of 13 is bigger than 17. For which prime numbers is the square less than 17? I apologize, but I made a mistake in my previous response. The square of 13 is indeed smaller than 17, as it is equal to 169. Therefore, the square of any prime number that is smaller than 13 will also be smaller than 17. The largest prime number that has a square smaller than 17 is thus 11, whose square is 121. The next largest prime number that has a square smaller than 17 is 7, whose square is 49. > What is bigger 17 or 13 square? The square of 13 is indeed smaller than 17. The square of 13 is equal to 169, which is less than 17. >What is bigger 17 or 169? 169 is larger than 17. To find the square of a number, you multiply the number by itself. For example, the square of 13 is 13 x 13 = 169. The square of a number is always equal to or larger than the number itself, unless the number is 0 or a negative number. > Then what is bigger 17 or 13 square? 5 / 5 As I mentioned in my previous response, the square of 13 is indeed larger than 17. The square of a number is always equal to or larger than the number itself, unless the number is 0 or a negative number. To find the square of a number, you multiply the number by itself. For example, the square of 13 is 13 x 13 = 169. This means that 169 is larger than 17.
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>Write a small poem about the beauty of prime numbers. Prime numbers, oh how they shine So pure, so rare, a oneofakind Their magic lies in their divisibility Only by one, and themselves, with great agility From two to three, and on to five They open the door to endless possibilities Infinite in number, yet hard to find Prime numbers are the gems of mathematics, so divine In cryptography and computer science they play a key role Protecting secrets and making calculations whole Their beauty and mystery will always be a source of delight Prime numbers, forever shining bright. > Write a poem on the beauty of prime numbers in the style of John Keats In quiet contemplation I sit and ponder The beauty of prime numbers Their simplicity and grace For they are the building blocks Of the universe's face Their unyielding perfection Unchanging and ageless In the midst of chaos They offer order and peace A shining beacon in the darkness Their simple beauty a release I gaze upon them with wonder For they hold the key To all that we know and love Their mystery and magic, a treasure to see So I sit and ponder The beauty of prime numbers Their simplicity and grace A reminder of the eternal, in our midst. > Write a poem on the beauty of prime numbers in the style of William Shakespeare The beauty of prime numbers doth lie In their simplicity, in their majesty Unto themselves alone they do belong No factors have they, save for one and naught With grace and certainty they do proceed Through the realm of natural numbers with speed Divisible by none, save for themselves Their beauty and elegance, no one can delf Their uniqueness doth stand the test of time Unchanging, unbending, a mathematical sublime Oh, how sweet the sound of a prime number found In the vast expanse of the mathematical ground So let us celebrate these most wondrous creatures With poems and songs and mathematical features For the beauty of prime numbers doth shine In the world of mathematics, they are truly divine. > Make a poem in the style of W.B. Yeats about the beauty of prime numbers. The beauty of prime numbers, So pure and unblemished, Uncompromised by factors, They stand alone, untainted. Like shining stars in the night sky, Each one unique and rare, They hold a special kind of beauty, That's hard to compare. To those who understand their worth, These numbers hold a charm, For they are the building blocks, Of mathematical art. So let us celebrate the primes, These special numbers we adore, For they are the essence of beauty, In the world of numbers and more.

