I'm doing some reading in a python book and am doing one of the chapter exercises but I cant figure out how to get it to work and was hoping some of you python guru's could help out?

Heres description of the problem to be solved:

"A positive whole number n > 2 is prime if no number between 2 and the square root of n (inclusive) evenly divides n. Write a program that accepts a value of n as input and determines if the value is prime. If n is not prime, your program should quit as soon as it finds a value that evenly divides n."

Heres the code I have so far but it doesnt work very good...

```
def main():
import math
print "This program determines if a number you enter is prime or not.\n"
n = input ("Please enter a number greater than 1: ")
n = abs(n)
i = 2
while i <= math.sqrt(n):
if n % i == 0:
print n, "is not a prime number"
i += 1
print n, "is a prime number!"
main()
```

It tells me if a number is prime, but if it isnt prime it tells me it isnt, then tells me it is! LOL. I'm still a newbie when it comes to python...

I was able to get this far, but as far as "quitting as soon as it finds a value that evenly divides n." I have no clue how to do that...

Could someone please help?

Thanks a million!