Q: What is the first number alpabetical?

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The number zero was the first "invented" number.

2 is the first prime number.

The first prime number after 14 is 17.

"First number squared equals the first number". This must be 1, but "they do not equal zero or one". No solution possible.

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Alpabetical:)

The number zero was the first "invented" number.

When the first number is a factor of the other, the first number is the GCF.

The first multiple of a number is the number itself.

The first number is divisible by the second number

it's not, zero is the first number

2 is the first prime number.

Hey first try to be clear. What do you mean? The first whole number is 0.

The first prime number after 14 is 17.

In that event, the first number is called a "multiple" of the second number.

The GCF is the first number.

Number 1, the first State in the Union and the first star on the flag.