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    Question Use the mathematical induction to show that every nr>=2 is product of 2 prime numbers

    Anyone can help me with this please, I got no clue as how to solve it.
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    Re: Use the mathematical induction to show that every nr>=2 is product of 2 prime num

    I'm not clear what you mean by "nr" but if you mean just "show that everynumber larger than or equal to 2 is the product of 2 prime numbers", you can't.

    It pretty obviously is not true! (Look at "9".)
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