Q: What does a prime number mean in math terms?

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A number? ^^

If you mean a 'prime number', then it is a number that cannot be divided into a smaller number without becoming a decimal

it means that there is no number that is equal to the euqation

the highest number that a numerator increased by its GCF

Its another word for subtracting one number from the other.

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A number? ^^

The line above the number means in Math Terms that the number is repeditive and goes on and never stops.

If you mean a 'prime number', then it is a number that cannot be divided into a smaller number without becoming a decimal

It means two do the opposite of that number.

a positive number

it means that there is no number that is equal to the euqation

"Prime" describes a number evenly divisible only by itself and 1.

A prime number can not be divided, without a remainder, by any other number except itself and 1.

An integer is a number which does not have a decimal part at all.

the highest number that a numerator increased by its GCF

A prime number is a number that can only be equally divided by 2 integers 1 and itself

the number with the variable. For example, in 6x, the coefficient is 6.