### Definition of Prime quantity

1. Noun. A number that has no factor but itself and 1.

Exact synonyms: Prime
Generic synonyms: Number
Specialized synonyms: Prime Number

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### Lexicographical Neighbors of Prime Quantity

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### Literary usage of Prime quantity

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1. New Elementary Algebra: In which the First Principles of Analysis are by Benjamin Greenleaf (1864)
"A prime quantity is one that cannot be divided, without a remainder, by any integral quantity different from itself, or unity. ..."

2. High School Algebra: Embracing a Complete Course for High Schools and Academies by William James Milne (1892)
"A prime quantity is a quantity that has no integral factors except itself and 1. 100. ... A Prime Factor is a factor that is a prime quantity. 102. ..."

3. High School Algebra: Embracing a Complete Course for High Schools and Academies by William James Milne (1906)
"A prime quantity is a quantity that has no integral factors except itself and 1. 100. ... A Prime Factor is a factor that is a prime quantity. 102. ..."

4. New Practical Algebra: Adapted to the Improved Methods of Instruction in by James Bates Thomson (1896)
"A prime quantity is one which has no integral divisor, except itself and i. Thus, 5 and 7, ... A prime quantity f ยป22. When prime to each other! ..."

5. New Elementary Algebra: Primary Elements of Algebra, for Common Schools and by Joseph Ray (1894)
"A Prime. Quantity, in Algebra, is one which is exactly divisible only by itself ... What is a prime quantity? Example. 90. When are two quantities prime to ..."

6. The Model Algebra: Arranged for Elementary Schools by Edward Gideon (1903)
"A quantity which can not be produced by any other factors than itself and 1, is called a prime quantity. Thus, 5 is a prime number because it can be ..."