In this video, I want

to talk a little bit about what it means

to be a prime number. And what you’ll

see in this video, or you’ll hopefully

see in this video, is it’s a pretty

straightforward concept. But as you progress through

your mathematical careers, you’ll see that there’s actually

fairly sophisticated concepts that can be built on top of

the idea of a prime number. And that includes the

idea of cryptography. And maybe some of the encryption

that your computer uses right now could be

based on prime numbers. If you don’t know

what encryption means, you don’t have to worry

about it right now. You just need to know the prime

numbers are pretty important. So I’ll give you a definition. And the definition might

be a little confusing, but when we see

it with examples, it should hopefully be

pretty straightforward. So a number is prime if

it is a natural number– and a natural number, once

again, just as an example, these are like the numbers 1, 2,

3, so essentially the counting numbers starting

at 1, or you could say the positive integers. It is a natural number divisible

by exactly two numbers, or two other natural numbers. Actually I shouldn’t

say two other, I should say two

natural numbers. So it’s not two other

natural numbers– divisible by exactly

two natural numbers. One of those numbers is itself,

and the other one is one. Those are the two numbers

that it is divisible by. And that’s why I didn’t

want to say exactly two other natural numbers,

because one of the numbers is itself. And if this doesn’t

make sense for you, let’s just do some

examples here, and let’s figure out if some

numbers are prime or not. So let’s start with the smallest

natural number– the number 1. So you might say, look,

1 is divisible by 1 and it is divisible by itself. You might say, hey,

1 is a prime number. But remember, part

of our definition– it needs to be divisible by

exactly two natural numbers. 1 is divisible by only one

natural number– only by 1. So 1, although it might be

a little counter intuitive is not prime. Let’s move on to 2. So 2 is divisible by

1 and by 2 and not by any other natural numbers. So it seems to meet

our constraint. It’s divisible by exactly

two natural numbers– itself, that’s 2 right there, and 1. So 2 is prime. And I’ll circle

the prime numbers. I’ll circle them. Well actually, let me do

it in a different color, since I already used

that color for the– I’ll just circle them. I’ll circle the

numbers that are prime. And 2 is interesting

because it is the only even number

that is prime. If you think about it,

any other even number is also going to be

divisible by 2, above and beyond 1 and itself. So it won’t be prime. We’ll think about that

more in future videos. Let’s try out 3. Well, 3 is definitely

divisible by 1 and 3. And it’s really not divisible

by anything in between. It’s not divisible by 2, so

3 is also a prime number. Let’s try 4. I’ll switch to

another color here. Let’s try 4. Well, 4 is definitely

divisible by 1 and 4. But it’s also divisible by 2. 2 times 2 is 4. It’s also divisible by 2. So it’s divisible by three

natural numbers– 1, 2, and 4. So it does not meet our

constraints for being prime. Let’s try out 5. So 5 is definitely

divisible by 1. It’s not divisible by 2. It’s not divisible by 3. It’s not exactly divisible by 4. You could divide them into it,

but you would get a remainder. But it is exactly

divisible by 5, obviously. So once again, it’s divisible

by exactly two natural numbers– 1 and 5. So, once again, 5 is prime. Let’s keep going,

just so that we see if there’s any

kind of a pattern here. And then maybe I’ll

try a really hard one that tends to trip people up. So let’s try the number. 6. It is divisible by 1. It is divisible by 2. It is divisible by 3. Not 4 or 5, but it

is divisible by 6. So it has four natural

number factors. I guess you could

say it that way. And so it does not have

exactly two numbers that it is divisible by. It has four, so it is not prime. Let’s move on to 7. 7 is divisible by 1, not 2,

not 3, not 4, not 5, not 6. But it’s also divisible by 7. So 7 is prime. I think you get the

general idea here. How many natural

numbers– numbers like 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, the numbers

that you learned when you were two years old, not including 0,

not including negative numbers, not including fractions and

irrational numbers and decimals and all the rest, just regular

counting positive numbers. If you have only two

of them, if you’re only divisible by yourself and

one, then you are prime. And the way I think

about it– if we don’t think about the

special case of 1, prime numbers are kind of these

building blocks of numbers. You can’t break

them down anymore they’re almost like the

atoms– if you think about what an atom is, or

what people thought atoms were when

they first– they thought it was kind of the

thing that you couldn’t divide anymore. We now know that you

could divide atoms and, actually, if

you do, you might create a nuclear explosion. But it’s the same idea

behind prime numbers. In theory– and in prime

numbers, it’s not theory, we know you can’t

break them down into products of

smaller natural numbers. Things like 6– you could

say, hey, 6 is 2 times 3. You can break it down. And notice we can break it down

as a product of prime numbers. We’ve kind of broken

it down into its parts. 7, you can’t break

it down anymore. All you can say is that

7 is equal to 1 times 7, and in that case, you really

haven’t broken it down much. You just have the 7 there again. 6 you can actually

break it down. 4 you can actually break

it down as 2 times 2. Now with that out of the way,

let’s think about some larger numbers, and think about whether

those larger numbers are prime. So let’s try 16. So clearly, any number is

divisible by 1 and itself. Any number, any natural

number you put up here is going to be

divisible by 1 and 16. So you’re always

going to start with 2. So if you can find anything

else that goes into this, then you know you’re not prime. And 16, you could have 2 times

8, you could have 4 times 4. So it’s got a ton

of factors here above and beyond

just the 1 and 16. So 16 is not prime. What about 17? 1 and 17 will

definitely go into 17. 2 doesn’t go into 17. 3 doesn’t go. 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 10, 11–

none of those numbers, nothing between 1

and 17 goes into 17. So 17 is prime. And now I’ll give

you a hard one. This one can trick

a lot of people. What about 51? Is 51 prime? And if you’re

interested, maybe you could pause the

video here and try to figure out for yourself

if 51 is a prime number. If you can find anything

other than 1 or 51 that is divisible into 51. It seems like, wow, this is

kind of a strange number. You might be tempted

to think it’s prime. But I’m now going to give you

the answer– it is not prime, because it is also

divisible by 3 and 17. 3 times 17 is 51. So hopefully that

gives you a good idea of what prime numbers

are all about. And hopefully we can

give you some practice on that in future videos or

maybe some of our exercises.

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1 is not a prime number

Prime numbers are when they have 2 factors

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1 is not prime number

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6719,6733,6737,6761,6763,6779,6781,6791,6793,6803,6823,6827,6829,6833,6841,

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7933,7937,7949,7951,7963,7993,8009,8011,8017,8039,8053,8059,8069,8081,8087,

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8521,8527,8537,8539,8543,8563,8573,8581,8597,8599,8609,8623,8627,8629,8641,

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9311,9319,9323,9337,9341,9343,9349,9371,9377,9391,9397,9403,9413,9419,9421,

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9547,9551,9587,9601,9613,9619,9623,9629,9631,9643,9649,9661,9677,9679,9689,

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10657,10663,10667,10687,10691,10709,10711,10723,10729,10733,10739,10753,

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14887,14891,14897,14923,14929,14939,14947,14951,14957,14969,14983,15013,

15017,15031,15053,15061,15073,15077,15083,15091,15101,15107,15121,15131,

15137,15139,15149,15161,15173,15187,15193,15199,15217,15227,15233,15241,

15259,15263,15269,15271,15277,15287,15289,15299,15307,15313,15319,15329,

15331,15349,15359,15361,15373,15377,15383,15391,15401,15413,15427,15439,

15443,15451,15461,15467,15473,15493,15497,15511,15527,15541,15551,15559,

15569,15581,15583,15601,15607,15619,15629,15641,15643,15647,15649,15661,

15667,15671,15679,15683,15727,15731,15733,15737,15739,15749,15761,15767,

15773,15787,15791,15797,15803,15809,15817,15823,15859,15877,15881,15887,

15889,15901,15907,15913,15919,15923,15937,15959,15971,15973,15991,16001,

So the answer must be a natural number because if not than 3 can be divided by 2 and equal 1.5

My math teacher was wrong I'm bout to roast her boi!!!

this guy is trying everuthing to confuse the people's mind. very stupid video

In one video there is an unprecedented demonstration of why and how they make the first numbers to decrease by increasing the numbering of the integers. It's in a bad English spoken but you can understand. Has 27 visitors and 2 like but no comments yet. It seems to me something good indeed … let me know? Because if I'm right she is going unnoticed …

Thank you. "Prime numbers, maybe now we know something more"

Don't get it

You guys should do an abstract algebra course. It's really hard to find introductory info on the subject online, and it's essential for basically all of modern number theory

thank you Sal

Now I know that 51 is not a prime number.

Thanks

😻 oh shoot I'm getting worked up

Good video!

i finally figured out what prime numbers are after that video, thanks you really helped me there.

khan academy I bet your not even a licensed academy (if they are licenced)

I have Georgia Milestones for tomorrow it’s the math part, and I’m reviewing thanks

I also have a tip for prime numbers, my class just looks at the word. We like to see the “i” in “Prime” as “One”, then we look in front of the “i” And theres a “me” So we think as “me” As itself. So then it would be like —>

Prime

I+me

Hope this helped!

Very Helpful guys must try

i understood a lot and iam preapering for my exams i understood prime numbers thankyou khan acadmey

I'm studying for finals and this has saved me!

Is it just me or am I still dumb

why did you write natural numbers (1,2,3..) as the definition if 1 isn't a prime number?

is 0 the same?

so prime is only a number that can divide by 1 and itself

THANKS:D

51 is not a prime number

I can't understand this

11

……..my roblox user is sora1224795

Thank you Khan Academy!

Thank you, I skipped class and forgot what prime numbers were. Thanks so much.

Cool

oi

Paused the video and got 51 correct, go me lol

thank for the video

Who else is watching this in 2018? No one? Okay than that just leaves me then!! XD

I'm wanting this for a math test

Wow prime numbers are actually interesting 😆

How does you write so neat on a computer? That is some neat work!

u just helped me with my homework lol i had no idea what prime numbers were!Your vid helped tho.

51 is not a prime number I say so

is 150 prime

Thank you so much this HELPED

Helps when trying to attain heaven ty

Hi bro. I found out two fonctions can generate prime number under 100. But over that numbers alot of constraintes should be considerated… too hard..what do you think

0:26 "if you don't know what encryption means…" …then what the hell are you doing here? 🙂

Long live teachers! 🙏

Tysm

this video made no sense at all….. at least to me… iv watched it 5 times.

WHATS P1^2 + P2^2 – P4

I hate math but I learn the prime numbers

Thanks

I’m too dumb to understand yay! I will be poor and have unpaid bills when I’m older 🤗 (😭)

Is there a maths equation to figure out prime numbers?

51 is prime

Got it !

Thank you!

thank you for this video, i was watching other vids and have no idea what's prime number is and this video helped me understand it well.

I'm not gonna lie

I'm just here because of JoJo

1 is not a prime no.

I finally understand what prime number is 👍🏼 yay

Good

What if we search for the numbers that can only be build by primes. Like 51. It's build by 3 times 17, which are both primes. Plot these evolved-primes (51 etc.) into the same graph that can show how numbers and primes turns into spirals and later strings when viewing from a bigger perspective.

Any class mates in ms Pauldins class watching this? Charlotte secondary I'm hendrick

Thanks in school I wasn't really paying attention I kinda knew what to do but at the same time I was confused so thanks for helping me!

Edit: You got your self another subscriber

Thx khan

Thanks again Sal 🙂