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Q: Is the number 1 a prime or a unit?

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It is neither prime nor composite.

1 is a "unit" according to Dr. Math

.1 is not prime, since a prime has exactly two positive divisors.1 is not composite since it cannot be written as the product of primes.The number 1 is not called a prime OR composite number. It is called a f*cking UNIT !

No!!Per definitionem a prime number has exacty two distinctdivisors,namely 1 and itself.If 1 were a prime, it would be the only one, since every number is divisible by 1.Algebraically spoken 1 is called a unit.

4-composite 1- it's technically considered a unit 0- not sure 3- prime

no 1 is not a prime number

No 1 is neither a prime number or a composite number

No; 1 is not a prime number. The lowest prime number is 2.

1 is not a prime number many people consider it to be one but to be a prime number it must only be divisible by 1 and itself. 1 is only divisible by one and nothing else. the number 1 is also not a composite. Composite numbers are divisible by 1, itself and another number which one is not. Instead it falls under a category called a unit

No - as 1 is not a prime number.

Yes, "1" is a prime number.

A prime number is a number that is only divisible by itself and 1. 1 is NOT a prime number.

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