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Two.

It is: 11 because 1+1 = 2 which is the smallest prime number

The smallest odd prime is 3.The smallest prime is even and is 2.1 is not a prime: although it is 1 times itself, a prime is a number which has exactly two different factorsWith 1, there is only 1 factor (1, the number itself), so it is not a prime.

False because 1 is not a prime or a composite number and the smallest odd prime number is 3

The smallest odd prime is 3.The smallest prime is even and is 2.1 is not a prime: although it is 1 times itself, a prime is a number which has exactly two different factorsWith 1, there is only 1 factor (1, the number itself), so it is not a prime.

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Two.

It is 97 and 2 is the smallest

It is: 11 because 1+1 = 2 which is the smallest prime number

101

The smallest odd prime is 3.The smallest prime is even and is 2.1 is not a prime: although it is 1 times itself, a prime is a number which has exactly two different factorsWith 1, there is only 1 factor (1, the number itself), so it is not a prime.

97 is a prime number so is 1 so the difference is 96

The smallest prime number is 2.

False because 1 is not a prime or a composite number and the smallest odd Prime number is 3

False because 1 is not a prime or a composite number and the smallest odd prime number is 3

It isn't 1 is. 1 is always the smallest. Can you divide 1 and get a whole number? No a prime number is something that you can divide into, yes you can divide it, making it a negative number, but not a whole number. * * * * * In fact, 1 is NOT a prime (nor a composite), so 2 IS the smallest prime.

The largest prime is 97 and the smallest is 2 (1 is not considered part of the prime number set). So the sum is 97 + 2 = 99

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