Q: Is 1003 prime number

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1003 is a multiple of 17.

composite because of the the 3. It would be a prime if you changed it to A 0 or a 2

It is a composite number because it has more than two factors

Yes. It is divisible by 17 and 59.

no because if you divide this number by 3 it will give u a decimal number

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1003 is not a prime number. Its factors are 1, 17, 59, and 1003.

No to both.

1003 is a multiple of 17.

composite because of the the 3. It would be a prime if you changed it to A 0 or a 2

It is a composite number because it has more than two factors

It is 1003, exactly as in the question.

The Prime Factors are: 17 x 59

no. 18 x 159 = 2003 that's not true! but you are right about the fact that it is not prime.

996 is the number halfway between 989 and 1003, the difference being 14.

Yes.

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11% of 1003= 11% * 1003= 0.11 * 1003= 110.33