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|roman-number = MCDXXXIII
 
|roman-number = MCDXXXIII
 
|ordinal-number = one thousand four hundred and thirty ninth
 
|ordinal-number = one thousand four hundred and thirty ninth
|previous = [[1,433|<font color="white">1,433</font>]]
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|previous = 1,433
|next = [[1,447|<font color="white">1,447</font>]]|cardinal-number = one thousand four hundred and thirty nine
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|next = 1,447
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|cardinal-number = one thousand four hundred and thirty nine
 
|Base-2 Form = 10110011111
 
|Base-2 Form = 10110011111
 
|Base-8 Form = 2637
 
|Base-8 Form = 2637
 
|Base-16 Form = 59F}}
 
|Base-16 Form = 59F}}
{{PAGENAME}} is a [http://prime-numbers.wikia.com/wiki/1001-2000 prime number from 1001-2000]. {{PAGENAME}} has 2 factors, 1 and {{PAGENAME}}. It is the 228th prime number, and the 60th prime number from 1001-2000.
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1,439 is a [http://prime-numbers.wikia.com/wiki/1001-2000 prime number from 1001-2000]. 1,439 has 2 factors, 1 and 1,439. It is the 228th prime number, and the 60th prime number from 1001-2000.
 
==Proofs==
 
==Proofs==
 
*{{Divisibility number|Yes|1}}
 
*{{Divisibility number|Yes|1}}
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===The numbers before===
 
===The numbers before===
 
*The previous prime number is [[1,433]], 6 numbers away.
 
*The previous prime number is [[1,433]], 6 numbers away.
**Therefore, {{PAGENAME}} and 1,433 are sexy primes.
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**Therefore, 1,433 and 1,439 are sexy primes.
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===The numbers after===
 
===The numbers after===
*The next prime number is [[1,439]], 8 numbers away.
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*The next prime number is [[1,447]], 8 numbers away.
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*1,441 is not a prime number, it is divisible by 11.
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[[Category:Prime Numbers]]
 
[[Category:Prime Numbers]]
 
[[Category:4-Digit Prime Numbers]]
 
[[Category:4-Digit Prime Numbers]]

Latest revision as of 06:55, April 16, 2017

1,439 is a prime number from 1001-2000. 1,439 has 2 factors, 1 and 1,439. It is the 228th prime number, and the 60th prime number from 1001-2000.

ProofsEdit

  • Yes — 1,439 can be divided by 1
  • No — 1,439 cannot be divided by 2-1,438
  • Yes — 1,439 can be divided by 1,439

Relationship with other odd numbersEdit

The numbers beforeEdit

  • The previous prime number is 1,433, 6 numbers away.
    • Therefore, 1,433 and 1,439 are sexy primes.

The numbers afterEdit

  • The next prime number is 1,447, 8 numbers away.
  • 1,441 is not a prime number, it is divisible by 11.
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