A prime number in math is an integer greater than 1 that is evenly divisible by only 1 and the number itself. One is not considered a prime number, because prime numbers by definition have two factors, and the number 1 o... More »

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In mathematics, a prime number is any whole number greater than one that has no positive factors other than one and itself. For example, the number 17 is prime, because its only factors are one and 17. More »

In mathematical terminology, prime factorization is finding the prime numbers that multiply together to make a particular number. A prime number is a whole number larger than one that is evenly divisible by only itself a... More »

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According to MathGoodies.com, zero is a neutral number or integer since it is neither negative nor positive. Whole numbers to the right of zero, or greater than zero, are known as positive integers. Whole numbers to the ... More »

An extremely difficult math equation is the Jacobi-Madden equation, a4 + b4 + c4 + d4 = (a + b + c + d)4 where variables a, b, c and d can be any positive integer, negative integer or zero. The Jacobi-Madden equation is ... More »

Every integer is a rational number. An integer is a whole number, whether positive or negative, including zero. A rational number is any number that is able to be expressed by the term a/b, where both a and b are integer... More »

A positive integer is a number greater than zero that can be expressed without using a fraction. Five, 72 and 100,000 are all examples of positive integers. More »