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We must ascertain whether 294 contains factors other than 1 and itself in order to classify it as a prime or composite number.

To start, we can see if it can be divided by any prime integer smaller than its square root, or roughly 17. As we examine the prime numbers that are smaller than 17:

294 ÷ 2 = 147 (a non-integer)

294 ÷ 3 = 98 (a non-integer)

58.8 (not a whole number) = 294 ÷ 5

42 (a whole number) = 294 ÷ 7

Thus, 294 divides by 7.

Given that 294 divides evenly by 7, it has factors besides 1. 294 is a composite number as a result.

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It is not a Prime number, it is a composite number.

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