Code is not printing the correct statement and doesn't stop (python)

I am writing a code that in the end will print the first number that is not prime. It starts at 10 and goes up to 200 and uses an equation num^2-(79*num)+1601 . So in my case the output should stop at 80 and print that it is not a prime number, since 80^2-79(80)+1601= 1681 which is not prime. For some reason as it is now it just runs from 10 to 200 without stopping and only prints what is prime. Thanks in advance for the help!!

import math
#loop to start from 10 to 200 and calculate result for equation
while(num>=10 and num<=200):
    #check if result is divisible by 2 (evenly)
    if result%2==0:
    #start divisor at 3 and increase by 2 so it can skip even numbers
    for i in range(3, i<sqrt, 2): 
        if result % i==0:
    #print the first not prime number 
    if isPrime==False:
        print("{num} is n in the equation and the result is {result} which is not a prime number".format(num=num,result=result,i=i))
        print("{num} is n in the equation and the result is {result} which is a prime number ".format(num=num,result=result))

What part of your code would make it stop at 80? Please argue for what you think should happen, that doesn’t.
It only does one iteration, that’s not what you described, wrong code?
If it is your intention to test for whether result is prime, you could greatly reduce clutter in your function by creating a is_prime function (It’s currently non-obvious what your loop does because of the high amount of conditional branches)

Figured it out, thanks.