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1 - 41 = -40

Q: What is 1 - 41?

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It is: 1*41 = 41 which is a Prime number

'1' & '41' , because '41' is a prime number.

The factors of -41 are 1, -1, 41, -41 41 is prime.

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41 is a prime number so its only factors are 1 and itself (1 x 41).

Just 1 and 41 because 41 is a prime number.1 and 41.

1 x 41, 41 x 1 (41 is a prime number).

1, 41 1, 2, 41, 82

Only '1' & '41', because '41' is a PRIME Number.

1 x 41, 41 x 1

The fraction of 41 is 41/1.

41 + 1 = 42