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**mander** Hey guys, (Hi)

I heard some of the other TI calculators can check whether a number is prime, and if it's not, give the prime factorization for that number. I don't know more than that, I only know that my TI-83 Plus can't do it. (Punch)

Is there a way I can program it to check to see whether a number is prime? Then, if not, give the factorization?

if that is too much for my old TI-83 (I know, I should get a new one...) is there a way I can just get it to list the first ~200 prime numbers? I know, I can calculate it out or look it up online, but it would be nice to have it at the push of a button! (Itwasntme)

What do you think?

(BTW I saw the other post in this forum that's kind of like my question, but I didn't want to hijack her thread and I'm ok with just a list of the numbers, if need be.)