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The first odd Prime number is 3, not 1, because 1 has only 1 factor, 1, while prime numbers must have 2 factors, 1 and itself.

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No. The first odd number, counting up from one, that is not a prime number, is 9.

3 is the smallest odd prime number.

3 is the smallest odd prime number.

All prime numbers are odd except one prime number and that is 2.

Except for 2 all other prime numbers are odd. Otherwise, they would be divisible by 2 (and thus not a prime number). This does NOT mean that all odd numbers are prime, but that all prime numbers (aside from 2) are odd.

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The first prime number that is odd is 3, so the second odd prime number is 5. Some think 1 is the first prime nunber, but 1 is neither prime nor composite.

No. The first odd number, counting up from one, that is not a prime number, is 9.

All prime numbers are odd, exept of the first prime number 2.

3 is the smallest odd prime number.

The lowest odd prime number is 3 .

No, all odd numbers are not prime numbers. A prime number is a number such that it can only be evenly divided by 1 and itself. 9, for example, is not prime, because it is divisable by 3. The first few primes are 2,3,5,7,11,13,17,19,23,29,31,37,...

NO,2 is the only prime number which is even, so 2 is not a odd prime number.

3 is the smallest odd prime number.

Every prime number is odd except one: the number 2.

All prime numbers are odd except one prime number and that is 2.

odd is a number you cant halve a prime number is a number that you can double itself and it is odd

Yes it can if the result is 2, else it can't because an odd number - an odd number = an even number, and 2 is the only even prime.