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1) This site is exactly what the description says with its focus on Prime Numbers. I spent about 15 minutes on this site reading the details as well as going to the various sites they lead you onto to so I could further understand what was happening in the explanations. I also started to write out the prime numbers by hand on a sheet of paper to figure out how many prime numbers I could come up.
2) I thought that the quality of the content was pretty significant as it explained in detail what prime numbers are and its fundamentals. As a student who has always been confused with prime numbers, it is a great website to go to for reference in the future.
3) As stated above, this site is very effective for enhancing teaching and learning prime numbers due to some of my speed bumps I have encountered with prime numbers. It is very straight forward and it gives many different options to continue the learning of prime numbers.
4) The site is really easy to use, just don't click the first above links for they do not work. You must go to the links after each subtitle in order to go onto the next site. It is a lot of reading and extra links to click on throughout the site.
The first few links do not work so do not click them. If you would like to go onto that section, click on the links underneath each subtitle.