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Q: Is 160 a prime factor or composite factor?

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Since 160 is a composite number, it would be a composite factor.

A positive integer greater than one must be either prime or composite. It cannot be neither. 2 divides 160. That is, 160 has a factor other than 1 and itself. So it is not a prime and therefore is composite.

160 is a composite no. and 19 is a prime no.

compositeYes 160 is a composite number

It is composite.

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A composite factor is a factor that is a composite number, as opposed to a prime factor which is a factor that is a prime number.

A composite factor is a factor that is a composite number, as opposed to a prime factor which is a factor that is a prime number.

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

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No

It is a prime.

Composite. It can be divided not only by 1 and itself

3426 is clearly composite it as it has a factor of 2 hence, it is not prime as it does not have itself and 1 as a factor

12 is a composite number, not a prime factor.

It is a prime number.

No, it is composite.

It is composite.

It is composite.

18 is a factor (composite).

No. 36 is composite and so it cannot be a prime factor.

No. 90 is composite and therefore cannot be a prime factor.