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What is a prime number?

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What is a prime number?

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a number that cant be divided by other than itself or 1

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a number that can't be multiplied by a whole number other than itself and 1

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a prime number is a number that does have a factors beside one so for example 2

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a prime number has 2 factor-1 and itself

- sirm3d

@gaara438125 a prime number is a counting/natural number that can only be written as a product of two distinct counting numbers in one and only one way

- anonymous

it's actually an integer that has no integral factors but itself and 1. stop trying to look smarter than you are and saying random stuff....btw a natural number can be 0...therefore you're wrong and it doesn't matter if they're distinct or not -.- where do you think we get sqrts

- anonymous

A prime number is a natural number greater than 1 that has no positive divisors other than 1 and itself

- sirm3d

@gaara438125 natural numbers start at 1, whole numbers start at zero. and also, the right term in your first definition is divided, NOT multiplied.

- anonymous

@sirm3d are you downright stupid?

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