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A Prime number has no factors other than 1 and the number itself. If prime factorization of a number reveals one or more additional prime factors, the number is a composite.

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i know what 2 prime numbers are. you want to know? do you really want to know. well, heres the answer. i don't know what 2 prime numbers are but i do know what 2 prime numbers are. sorry. hahaha. :)


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