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Composite and Prime numbers explained [Video]
posted April 4 2012 6:27.24 by Giorgos Lazaridis




I think i really like this channel Khan Academy! They have a huge set of very interesting videos (good over 3000), and i wish i see them all one day. In this video they explain the prime and composite numbers, and then they talk about one really interesting fact about prime numbers: the prime factorization! If you like maths, you will love this!




[Link: Khan Academy]
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