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It's always above the negatives

Yet it's lower than the first prime

No matter how you multiply

It's the same every time.

What is it?

Yet it's lower than the first prime

No matter how you multiply

It's the same every time.

What is it?

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## Comments

Dec 15, 2004

good one, but couldn't 1 be an answer too.

1 doesn't work -- it is not the same when you mutiply it (it just makes whatever you multiply it by the same)

You gave the answer away in the title.......

i got it...yay

i knew it!!!!!! but uh...why'd ya put the answer in da tiitle? mhhhhmmmmmm....well, time for stupid randomness....bacon. bacon is crunchy. i mean, how could you be sad, when there is bacon to be crunch!!???!!! i dont speak monkey.....by da way, whats crack-a-lacken?

yes, i am kinda WWWOOO!

yes, i am kinda WWWOOO!

hate to be a know all and spoil your little teaser but 1 isn't a prime number! because it is divisible by itself and 1 but itself is 1...so is only divisible by 1 number, whereas prime numbers need to be divisible by 2 numbers. thereself AND 1. not thereself and thereself. that was awfully explained...sorry. maybe someone can give me a hand????

ya look in your math book and if u r i n 6th grade one is consitterd bolth (go figgure why) I don't make the rules I just follow them

This is the easiest teaser I,ve seen In a long time

this is the easiest teaser I have ever seen in my live, but still a good one.

Your 6 grade book is soooo wrong. 1 definately is not a prime number. I'll try to explain it a little better. (TRY) A prime number is a number that is only divisible by one AND (meaning another number in addition to one) itself. 1 can't be a prime number, it's only divisible by itself. 1 and 1 (sarcastically => 1=1) I tried hope I did a better job. Maybe not.

Hate to disagree,but one is a prime number.A composite number is whe the number has factors besdes 1 and itself.(Ex:4 is composite because it has 2 as a factor along with 1 and 4.) 1 would be prim because it's only factor is 1,which is both 1 and the number itself.

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Well, DuH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

I feel stupider after solving that riddle.

good one

One is most definitely not prime. The riddle only indicates that the answer is non-negative, and lower than the lowest prime. This allows, for whole numbers, only 0 and 1. It could be one, depending on how you interpret "always the same" in the riddle.

easiest one i did today

0 is lower than both 1 and 2, so it really doesn't matter whether or not 1 is prime.

It's a bit too easy if you just include the answer in your title

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