Q: Prime numbers between 102 and 106?

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106 is not a prime number. It is a multiple of 2.

The GCF of 102 and 106 is 6.

Assuming these are numbers in standard form, and that the question is (8.4*108) / (3.5*102) = 8.4/3.5 *108-2 = 8.4/3.5*106 = 2.4*106

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