A prime number is any natural number greater than 1, such that the only natural numbers that divide into it are itself and 1.
A number n >= 2 prime if it is only divisible by 1 and itself. A number n >= 2 which isn't prime is called composite.
A natural number that is not prime, is a composite number.
9 is a composite number and not a prime number because 3 divides into 9, leaving no remainder.
7 is a prime number because no numbers, other than 1 and 7 divide into 7, leaving no remainder.
Every prime of the form 4n+1 is the sum of two integral squares in exactly one way.
Which of the following are prime?
0, and 1 not prime since not positive and greater or equal to 2
2 is prime as 1 and 2 are only factors
3 is prime as 1 and 3 are only factors. 4,6,8,10 not prime as non-trivially divisible by 2. 5, 7 prime. 9 = 3 · 3 not prime.