29 is a prime number from 1-100. 29 has 2 factors, 1 and 29. It is said to be another number wherein when digits are added together, they make a prime number. It is the tenth prime number, and the tenth prime number from 1-100.
- Therefore 29 has 2 factors
As an Exponent of Mersenne NumberEdit
Relationship with other odd numbersEdit
The numbers beforeEdit
- The previous prime number is 23. The numbers in between are composite.
- Among them, 25 is a square number, being 52 = 25.
- 27 is a cube number, being 33 = 27.
- 23 and 29 are six numbers apart; therefore, they are sexy primes.
The numbers afterEdit
- The next odd number, 31, is a prime number.
- There are no odd numbers between 29 and 31. As a result, they are twin primes.
- 33, the odd number following 31, is not a prime number. It is divisible by 3 and 11.
- 35, the odd number following 33, is also not a prime number. It is divisible by 5 and 7.