The smallest prime number is 0. 1 is not the smallest prime number as small as little value because 0 cannot times all numbers.
Ex.: 0 x 34= 0 0x5=0
Zero can never be a prime number. That equation above is an example of Zero property of multiplication. :-) Check the definition of prime number.

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2. is the smallest prime number.

By definition, a prime number has only two factors, 1 and itself.


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What about 1?
The number 1 has only one factor, 1. Further, a prime number is any natural number greater than 1, and tits divisor is 1 and itself. Therefore, it only has two factors, one and itself.
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The smallest prime number is 2.
2×1.
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