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Q: What is a number less than -1000?

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Literally every single even number less than 1000 is a composite number other than 2 which is prime.

It is a whole number that is 1000 less than zero.

It is: 1000-100 = 900

1000 minus 1 = 999

Every number that's less than 1,000 but not less than 999.95 would do that. There are an infinite number of them.

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The largest prime number less than 1000 is 997.The largest prime number no less than 1000 is currently 257,885,161-1

Perfect squares have an odd number of factors. There are 31 perfect squares less than 1000.

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1000-1=999 the answer is 999

Let the number be x:- So: 1000 > x < 1002

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It is: 20,000-1,000 = 19,000