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Q: How do you determine a composite number?

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A composite number is a positive integer with more than two factors.

Every even number greater than two is composite.

No, you only need to determine if the number has any factors besides 1 and itself. If it does, it is a composite number.

10, 25, 50 are the composite factors of the composite number 50. 2 and 5 are prime.

To determine which number is a prime or composite number, your number must only have two factors, the number itself and one, if it more then two factors then it is a composite number.

Factor it. If you find more than two factors, it's composite.

Yes

It is a prime.

A number can be factored to determine whether it is prime or composite. A prime number has exactly 2 factors, 1 and the number itself. A composite number has more than two factors.

295 is composite - 5 x 59.

If the number can be multiplied by any number other than 1 it is a composite any other is prime

If a number is divisible by 3 or more numbers than that number is composite, if not than it is prime.

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