Why is two the only even prime number?

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The reason that two is the only even number that is a prime number is because all other even numbers are divisible by 2, so they can't be a prime number.
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2 is the only prime even number. Why? Because the prime numbers can be divided only with 1 and with the same number. So, 2 can be divided only with 2 and 1. That is enough to make
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two is the only even prime number because only one and itself can be multiplied together to get that number.
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I am sorry but, the only even prime number is 2. All other even
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A prime number is a whole number which is divisible by itself and 1 only. For example, 125 is not a prime number as it can be divided by 1, itself and 5, but 127 is because the only
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