The definition of prime no is which is either divided by 1 or itself and to conclude the no which are prime are itself a prime no. and 1is also the primetherefore both no are prime
Are not both statements suffucient to answer this question. In statement, it is always composite. Also in statement 2, oddÃ—odd= odd, a product of two numbers. So both statements in their own are independent. Am I correct?
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