Q: Is 1000 a prime number

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1000 is not a prime number

ANSWER: The first prime number after 1000 is 1009.

No, two is the only even prime number.

Any number that has only two factors which are itself and one is a prime number.

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1000 is not a prime number

The largest prime number before 1000 is 997.

ANSWER: The first prime number after 1000 is 1009.

1009 is the smallest prime number greater than 1000.

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

No, two is the only even prime number.

1,000 is not a prime number. 1,000 is composite because it has 16 factors.

1009 is a prime number

Any number that has only two factors which are itself and one is a prime number.

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