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If one is neither prime or composite what is it called.

"multitude composed of units''

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If one is neither prime or composite what is it called.
"multitude composed of units''

a negative number... (or 0)

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If one is neither prime or composite what is it called.
Chiefly,

[1] Unity.

[2] The identity element for multiplication.

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If one is neither prime or composite what is it called.
"multitude composed of units''

1 is a real number and is the only number that really matters (other than 0)

This question made me think my math I had read almost 17 years ago and never used it since. (Vedic Mathematics)

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