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Q: Is a prime number a whole number greater than 1 that has only itself and 1 as its factors?

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That's a prime number.

A prime number is a whole number greater than 1, whose only two whole-number factors are 1 and itself.

A prime number has only two factors which are itself and one.

If you consider 1 and the prime number itself as factors then: 2If you do not consider 1 and the prime number as factors then: 0A prime number is one that does not have any factors apart from 1 and itself.

All prime numbers have two distinct factors.

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A prime number is a number, greater than 1, that has only two factors: 1, and the number itself.

As an even number greater than 2, 1036 is not a prime number. A prime number has only two factors, itself and 1.

Every number greater than 1 has 1 and the number itself as factors. If it has no other factors besides these two factors, it is a prime number. If it has more factors than 1 and itself, it is a composite number.

A prime number.

That's a prime number.

A prime number.

The factors of a prime number are one and itself.

Because a prime number has only two factors which are itself and one while 2 is the only even prime number

Any prime number

That's a prime number.

That's a prime number.

No not all of them because a prime number has only two factors which are itself and one whereas a composite number has more than two factors.

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