Multiples of 2 are all even numbers, but no even number greater than 2 is a Prime number. 2 divided by 1 is 2, a prime number.
You divide the number by 2. If the number is able to divide WITHOUT a remainder, then it is a prime number. If you divide a number by 1, you will get the same number. That is not a prime number.
106 is not a prime number. It is a multiple of 2.
you can divide it by 2
2 and 3 are prime numbers 48 is a multiple of.
The only prime factor of 4 is 2. No prime number is a multiple of 5.
No, it is clearly a multiple of 2, making it not a prime number.
no,132 is not a prime number because you can divide 132 by 2
120 is NOT a prime number because you can divide it by 10 and 5 and 2....
It isn't 1 is. 1 is always the smallest. Can you divide 1 and get a whole number? No a prime number is something that you can divide into, yes you can divide it, making it a negative number, but not a whole number. * * * * * In fact, 1 is NOT a prime (nor a composite), so 2 IS the smallest prime.
Find out all the factors for the given numberSelect the prime numbers out of themTry to divide the number by those prime numbers and see if any combination is possible.Ex: 8 as a prime factor multiple = 2 * 2 * 2
2 and 5 will.