Why isn't 1 considered a prime number? I've attempted to look this up, but all the explanations are quite confusing. Can anyone help simplify the reasoning?
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what reasonings have you come across?
1 is ignored in prime number list because 1 goes with everything
Here is a website that i came across: http://mathforum.org/library/drmath/view/57058.html
It is basically a bunch of nonsense that never really fully answers the question in a direct way. I could be overthinking it. I was just taught that a prime is a number that only has factors of itself and one. Well, 1 * 1=1, so there is my confusion.