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==CAS Syntax==
 
;IsPrime[ <Number> ]
 
;IsPrime[ <Number> ]
 
:Gives ''true'' or ''false'' depending on whether the number is prime or not.
 
:Gives ''true'' or ''false'' depending on whether the number is prime or not.

Revision as of 10:36, 19 September 2012


IsPrime[ <Number> ]
Gives true or false depending on whether the number is prime or not.
Example:
  • IsPrime[10] yields false,
  • IsPrime[11] yields true.

CAS Syntax

IsPrime[ <Number> ]
Gives true or false depending on whether the number is prime or not.
Example:
  • IsPrime[10] yields false,
  • IsPrime[11] yields true.
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