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Q: Are decimals able to be composite or prime?

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No no no no no no no

Neither. The concepts of prime and composite refer to integers, not decimals.

they are not associated as prime numbers

The numbers 0 and 1; all negatives; all decimals; and all fractions are neither prime nor composite.

The terms "composite" vs. "prime" apply to whole numbers. They don't make sense for decimals or fractions.

composite

They are both whole numbers or integers without any decimals but prime numbers have only two factors whereas composite numbers have more than two factors.

The number 5 is prime. Factors refer to whole numbers, not decimals.

neither prime or composite

It would be impossible to list them all, since numbers go on forever, but here are some of them: 2 - Prime 3 - Prime 4 - Composite 5 - Prime 6 - Composite 7 - Prime 8 - Composite 9 - Composite 10 - Composite 11 - Prime 12 - Composite 13 - Prime 14 - Composite 15 - Composite 16 - Composite 17 - Prime 18 - Composite 19 - Prime 20 - Composite 21 - Composite 22 - Composite 23 - Prime 24 - Composite 25 - Composite 26 - Composite 27 - Composite 28 - Composite 29 - Prime 30 - Composite 31 - Prime 32 - Composite 33 - Composite 34 - Composite 35 - Composite 36 - Composite 37 - Prime 38 - Composite 39 - Composite 40 - Composite 41 - Prime 42 - Composite 43 - Prime 44 - Composite 45 - Composite 46 - Composite 47 - Prime 48 - Composite 49 - Composite 50 - Composite

4, composite. 67, prime.

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