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The only number with a single factor is ' 1 '. Every other number has at least two factors: ' 1 ' and itself. A number with only those two factors and no others is called a "prime" number.

No, every number has at a minimum two factors, which are itself and 1. If these are the only two factors, then the number is prime. If it has more factors, then the number is composite.

a composite number

prime number

A compound number has 3 or more factors, two of the factors being 1 and the number itself.

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A prime number.

A prime number has only two factors - 1 and itself.this is called a prime number. any number that has the only only two factors of one and itself is prime.

a number with only 2 factors (1 and itself ) is called a prime number

It is called a prime number

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a prime number

prime number, itself and one

A number that has exactly two (positive) factors is called a prime number. For instance, the only factors of 7 are 1 and 7.

a prime number. it will have the factors 1 and it's self. ie. x has factors 1 and xA number with only two factors is a prime number

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The only number with a single factor is ' 1 '. Every other number has at least two factors: ' 1 ' and itself. A number with only those two factors and no others is called a "prime" number.

a prime number

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