0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, and 9 are the ten numbers that make up every other number! Two is the second number in the numeral system. Two follows one and precedes three. Two is the first and smallest prime number and it is also the only even prime number which makes two extra unique.
Two is associated with pairs, duos, couples and deuces. Hence, two is often associated with romance and Valentine’s Day due to its tie in with couples and pairs.
Two is also prominently featured in several games. In cards, two is the lowest card in the pack since one is presented by ace. Meanwhile, in chess and checkers, both two-player games, there are two colors—usually black and white—that represent two different sides.
There are also lots of things that have two sides or components. For example, scissors have two blades and a piece of paper has two sides. Clocks have two hands and bicycles have two wheels. There are also lots of “two sets” on people’s bodies. For instance, humans have two eyes, two arms, two legs, two hands, two feet, two ears, and two nostrils.
Below are five facts about the number 2: