No. 1 is neither a Prime number nor a composite number.

a prime number has two factors - 1. the number itself

2. one (because one divides every number)

a composite number has a lot of factors i.e, more than two factors at least.

1 has only one factor that is 1 itself and no other number divides the number 1.

thus 1 is neither a prime number nor a composite number.

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One is not a prime number. A prime number, by definition, is a number that is only divisible by two numbers: one and itself. One is divisible by only one number, one, and therefore is not a prime number.

No 1 it is not a prime number. The definition of a prime number is that it can only have factors of one and itself. Since one already has one then it can not be a prime number.

one is in fact a prime number.

one is not a prime number because one isn't divisible by 2 diffrent numbers it is only divisible by one number one which is itself

2 is one prime even number.

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

no, but I don't know why. One is not a prime number and by definition of a perfect number one must be a prime number.

A prime number only has two factors: itself and the number one. You get the prime number, your opponent gets one.

No prime number only has one factor. Each prime number has itself and 1 as factors. Now, the number 1 of course has only one factor, but it is technically not a prime number.

A prime number.

No. The only even prime number is 2.

No, a prime number is only divisible by itself and one. And since one doesn't count as a prime number, no.

a prime number is a number that you can plus by one

Any prime number.

There is no "the" prime number. 2 is one of the prime factors of 46.

A prime number has only one prime factor, and that prime factor is the number itself.

One is neither prime nor composite. For a number to be prime, it can only be dividable by 2 numbers. One is only divisible by one number, 1.

241 is a prime number. Any number that only has itself and one as factors is a prime number. Therefore, since there are no factors of 241 other than one and itself it is a prime number.

This is impossible. A prime number is defined as a number that is only divisible by one and itself. Thus, a 'prime' number capable of being divided by another prime number is by definition not a prime number.

A prime number can only be divided by itself and one, therefore 741 is a prime number.

It isn't prime or composite.

a prime number

No. There is one even prime.

The number one.

One is not cosidered to be a prime number and so it is seven that is a prime number.