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6 July, 17:26

Exihibit a counterexample for the following. Every prime number is odd.

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  1. 6 July, 18:14
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    A counter example would be the number 2.

    2 is a prime number, because it only has two factors (itself and 1)

    Yet 2 is also an even number, because it can be exactly divided by two.

    So the number 2 proves that not every prime number is odd.
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