When a number has more than

**two**factors it is called a composite number. Here are the first few prime numbers:**2**,**3**,**5**,**7**,**11**,**13**,**17**,**19**,**23**,**29**, 31, 37, 41, 43,**47**,**53**,**59**,**61**,**67**,**71**,**73**,**79**,**83**,**89**,**97**,**101**,**103**,**107**,**109**,**113**,**127**, 131,**137**,**139**,**149**,**151**,**157**,**163**,**167**,**173**,**179**,**181**,**191**, 193, 197, 199, etc.Similarly, which is the only even prime number?

The

**number**has**only**two whole**number**factors, and itself. That's pretty much it after this: The other**numbers**that are**even**up from two are all divisible by that**number**in some way. This is also known as the "oddest**prime**" because it's the**only prime number**that's**even**, so it's also known as the odd one out.What is meant by even prime number?

Two is a

**prime number**because its only factors are 1 and itself. It is an**even number**as well because it can be divided by 2. All of the other**prime numbers**are odd, including 3, 5, 7, 11 and 13.What is a even prime number in math?

A

**prime number**is a whole**number**greater than 1 whose only factors are 1 and itself. A factor is a whole**numbers**that can be divided evenly into another**number**. The first few**prime numbers**are 2, 3, 5, 7, 11, 13, 17, 19, 23 and 29.