MaríaMarta and María are sisters. Marta has two nieces who are not Maria's nieces. It's possible? — Miguel Hernández
"Martha and Mary are sisters. Marta has two nieces who are not Mary's nieces. It's possible?" — Miguel Hernández
Can someone please summarize in that context the usefulness of excluding number one from the set of prime numbers? — Hrvoje
The reason behind excluding 1 from the set of primes is that we wouldn't/couldn't have a unique prime factorization for a given number: — TheMadFool
I insist: "Martha and Mary are sisters. Marta has two nieces who are not Mary's nieces. It's possible?" — Miguel Hernández
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