### Is 1 a square number?

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I would like to make new definitions.

Munber: a vector of complex numbers.

Imteger: a Munber with a magnitude that is a single dimensional complex vector of the form [ <integer> + or - <integer> * i ] .

Mrine: an imteger with a magnitude which is only divisible by it's own magnitude, or single dimensional mumbers with magnitudes of [1].

Mrare: a munber which is the exact dot product of two munbers.

Megative Munber: A munber which a megative magnitude.

Matural Munber: A megative imteger.

Magnfimite munber: a munber with an infinite magnitude;

Dinfimite: A munber with infinite dimension.

Mimfimite Munber: a munber which is both magfimite and dinfimite.

Mrimefimite Munber: a munber which is is dinfimite and each component has an infinite real component, and an infinite imaginary component.

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 Well then ne555, I'll correct my definition to say that a prime is a number that contains only one pair of positive factors.

You have to use the word integer here, otherwise you lose all the primes. For example, 3 has 1.5 as another factor (amongst others) and 13 has 6.5 as a factor (amongst others) if you only use positive numbers.

 Even though you're just being picky because I'm sure everyone knew exactly what I meant.

Maths is all about being exact. It's absolute logic and cannot have ambiguity or flaws.
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 I would like to make new definitions. Munber: a vector of complex numbers. Imteger: a Munber with a magnitude that is a single dimensional complex vector of the form [ + or - * i ] . Mrine: a imteger with a magnitude which is only divisible by it's own magnitude, or single dimensional mumbers with magnitudes of [1]. Mrare: a munber which is the exact dot product of two munbers. Megative Munber: A munber which a megative magnitude. Matural Munber: A megative imteger. Magnfinite mumber: a mumber with an infinite magnitude; Dimfimite: A mumber with infinite dimension. Fimite Mumber: A mumber which has either finite dimension, or finite magnitude. Imfimite Mumber: A mumber which has both infinite dimension and infinite magnitude. Maximally Mimfinite Mumber: an imfimite mumber with each component has an infinite real component and an infinite imaginary component.

Did you swap your N and M button :D. Just messin. Let ne try
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