Examples of prime numbers
and an infinite number of others.
What are prime numbers in maths?
A prime number is a natural number that can be divided evenly only by one and itself. For more information see Prime numbers definition.
Examples of prime numbers 1-20
Why 5 is a prime number?
5 is a prime number because it can be divided evenly only by one and itself.
Is 6 a prime number?
No, 6 is not a prime number because it can be divided evenly by one, by itself, by two and by 3.
Examples of even prime numbers
There is only one even prime number and it is the number two.
Therefore even prime numbers list consists only of the number 2.
Examples of odd prime numbers
List of odd prime numbers is endless. It is impossible to show list of all odd prime numbers.