We’ve just decided to cancel tomorrow’s competition. It was going to be held at the Donaghey Student Center (http://ualr.edu/studentcenter/)

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]]>Hello Shannon,

Thank you for your comment. Both 4 & 20 are correct. #4 is correct because the question asks about two dividing evenly into 435 and two does not do this because 435 is odd…D is a correct statement…435 is not a factor of 2 but this is not what the question is asking. #20 is correct because 1 is not a prime number…the other numbers are prime so that means the correct answer is D. Here is a detailed explanation of why 1 is not a prime number: http://primes.utm.edu/notes/faq/one.html

Thanks for looking over the test and taking it. I appreciate you taking the time to write me about this.

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]]>I think #20 is wrong too because I know that the answer it A, FOR SURE! ]]>