# Difference between revisions of "Almost prime"

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A [[natural number]] is considered ''' ''k''-almost prime''' if it has exactly ''k'' prime factors. 1-almost prime numbers are [[prime numbers|primes]]. 2-almost prime numbers are [[semiprime]]. | A [[natural number]] is considered ''' ''k''-almost prime''' if it has exactly ''k'' prime factors. 1-almost prime numbers are [[prime numbers|primes]]. 2-almost prime numbers are [[semiprime]]. | ||

## Revision as of 07:42, 30 July 2009

A natural number is considered ** k-almost prime** if it has exactly

*k*prime factors. 1-almost prime numbers are primes. 2-almost prime numbers are semiprime.

## External Links

- Almost Prime at MathWorld