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is_prime

A *prime number* is a positive integer greater than 1 that has no positive divisors other than 1 and itself. (Thatâ€™s a mouthful!)

In other words, if you want to test if a number in a variable `x`

is prime, then no other number should go into `x`

evenly besides 1 and `x`

. So `2`

and `5`

and `11`

are all prime, but `4`

and `18`

and `21`

are not.

If there is a number between 1 and `x`

that goes in evenly, then `x`

is not prime.

### Instructions

**1.**

Define a function called `is_prime`

that takes a number `x`

as input.

For each number `n`

from 2 to `x - 1`

, test if `x`

is evenly divisible by `n`

.

If it is, `return False`

.

If none of them are, then `return True`

.