Euclid around 300 BC stated that Prime numbers are more than any assigned quantity of prime numbers.
According to Euclid there are infinite prime numbers.
Prime numbers are like siblings, although members of the same big family resembling each other, but not quite alike.
Which is the oddest of all prime numbers? It is 2 mainly because it is the only even prime number.
The number 1 has only one positive divisor and that is one itself.
Every number (a), where a>1, would have at least two positive divisors, ‘1’ and ‘a’
A number "a > 1" is called a prime number or we simply call it prime if it has only two positive divisors.
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