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Take this short quiz to test your knowledge of twin prime numbers. To successfully pass the quiz, you'll need know what twin prime numbers are and find examples of them in groups of number pairs.

The quiz will challenge you to:

- Distinguish between numbers that are and are not prime
- Recognize twin prime numbers
- Define the term twin prime numbers
- Understand why the number 32 is not a prime number

You'll get practice using the following skills:

**Distinguishing differences**- be able to tell the difference between prime and non-prime numbers**Defining key concepts**- make sure you can accurately define twin prime numbers**Reading comprehension**- take away the most important information from the related twin prime numbers lesson

To further explore this this type of prime number, check out the related lesson called What are Twin Prime Numbers? Studying this lesson can help you:

- Learn several fun facts about prime numbers
- Identify all twin prime numbers from 1-100
- Know the two requirements a number needs to be prime

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15 in chapter 12 of the course:

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Math for Kids23 chapters | 325 lessons

- What is an Abundant Number?
- What is a Base Number?
- What Are Cardinal Numbers? - Definition & Examples 3:06
- What Are Consecutive Numbers? - Definition & Examples 3:22
- Finding the Sum of Consecutive Numbers 4:10
- What is a Cubed Number?
- What is a Deficient Number?
- What Are Figurate Numbers? - Definition & Examples
- What Are Opposite Numbers? - Definition & Examples 2:53
- What Are Rectangular Numbers? - Definition & Examples 3:05
- Like & Unlike Terms
- Is Zero an Integer?
- Is Zero a Natural Number?
- Sieve of Eratosthenes: Lesson for Kids
- What Are Twin Prime Numbers? 3:22
- Go to Types of Numbers for Elementary School

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