18 prime numbers
Composite numbers have more than two factors as for example 9 and 48
Greater than one, numbers are either composite or prime, never both.
Restate the question: Give 3 numbers between 0.33 and 0.34.0.332, 0.33501, 0.33999999999
There are a lot of numbers in between those two; so I will give you three examples. Examples: 0.5, 0.4, 0.3
They are both composite numbers because they have more than 2 factors
Obviously, the answer is a composite number. Reason:A number multiplied by another number (besides 1) will give a result of a composite number. If a number is multiplied by 0, the answer will be 0 (which is not a prime number nor composite) unless a number has been added or subtracted to give either a negative or positive number, respectively.
9 and 4 add up to give 13.
There are infinitely many composite numbers so a list is impossible. Furthermore, there is no systematic pattern to composite numbers so that it is not possible to give a functional definition either. There are, however, some lists of prime numbers and you can remove these from integers greater than 1 to arrive at partial lists of composite numbers. For composites up to 1 million, see the related link.
There are an infinite numbers of rational and irrational numbers between those two. The number 2.7 for example is between then, so is 2.681 and 2.6801 and 2.68001, do the last three give you an idea why the answer is infinite?
Please note that there are infinitely many prime numbers. An Internet search for "list of prime numbers" will quickly give you a list of prime numbers up to a certain point, for example here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_prime_numbers Any integer greater than 1 that is not in the list of prime numbers is a composite number. (1 is considered neither a prime number, nor a composite number.)