Definition:Prime Number/Definition 6

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Definition

Let $p \in \N$ be an integer such that $p \ne 0$ and $p \ne \pm 1$.

Then $p$ is a prime number if and only if

$\forall a, b \in \Z: p \mathrel \backslash a b \implies p \mathrel \backslash a$ or $p \mathrel \backslash b$

where $\backslash$ means is a divisor of.


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