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Q: Can a whole number ending in zero be prime?

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No. A prime number is divisible by one and itself only- a number ending in zero is divisible by factor/s of ten.

No. All whole numbers ending in zero are even. The only even prime number is two.

No. All whole numbers ending in zero are composite.

220 is a composite number, as are all whole numbers ending in zero.

No.

It is a composite number. All whole numbers ending in zero are composite.

1,900 is a Composite Number. (all whole numbers ending in zero are composite)

Composite. All whole numbers ending in zero are composite.

480 is a Composite Number ( all whole numbers greater than zero and ending in zero are composite ).

90 is composite. (Tip: all whole numbers ending in zero are composite).

75 is composite. (all whole numbers ending in five or zero are composite)

No. All whole numbers ending in zero are composite.

No. All whole numbers ending in zero are composite.

No. All whole numbers ending in zero are composite.

No. All whole numbers ending in zero are composite.

No, composite. All whole numbers ending in zero are composite.

No, it is composite. All whole numbers ending in zero or five are composite.

No, zero is not a prime number.

2060 is not a prime number because any number ending in zero can be divided by 10. So, it is a composite number.

It is even. All whole numbers ending in zero are even.

5 is a factor of any whole number ending in 5; it is also a factor of any whole number of 2 or more digits ending in zero.

Zero is a positive number which is not a prime number

The prime number 53 is a natural number, as is any whole number greater than zero.

No, all numbers with a zero in the one's place are divisible by at least 1, themselves, and 2, which means they cannot be prime.