Prime Number definition, examples
Definition:
A prime number is a number whose only factors are 1 and itself. That means there is no whole number that evenly divides the prime number.
Some oftenconfused facts about prime numbers
 Zero is not a prime a number
 The number one, 1, is also not a prime number. Although the definition of a prime number seems to apply to 1, you have to count 1 twice sorry no 'double dipping' for prime numbers. 1 is not prime.
 The only even prime number is 2, because all of the other even prime numbers are multiples of 2 and therefore violate the definition of a prime number (only divisible by 1 and itself)
 Read more about how to determine if a number is prime
