No. 0 is not a prime number. 2 is the lowest prime number
1 is a prime number, but 0 is neither a prime number nor a composite number.
0 and 1 is not prime number because the prime number can only be divided by the number 1 and itself.
Zero is not a prime number.
Trivially no. No number ending in 0 can be prime.
no number ending in 0 is prime.
No, it isn't.
No, 2 is the smallest prime. 0 has an infinite number of divisors, and thus cannot be prime.
0 and 2
1 is not a prime number because every number is divisible by 1, including itself. 0 is not a prime number because the division by 0 will not produce any real numbers.
None of them the only even prime number is 2.