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What is a composite or prime number?

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Is 1 is prime number?

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What is a prime a number?

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What are the co prime number?

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Any counting number greater than one that is not a prime number is what?

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What is a natural number greater than one that is not prime?

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Is a prime number always greater than one?

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Why is the number 3 a prime number?

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Why is the number 19 a prime number?

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Is every even number greater than 2 a composite number?

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What number is not a composite or prime?

By definition, every integer greater than one is either a prime or a composite number. Indeed, a composite number is defined to be a positive integer which has a positive divisor other than one or itself. And a prime number is defined to be a integer greater than one which has the contrary property (exactly two divisors - one and itself). So any number greater than one is either composite or prime. Among the natural numbers, it remains the number 1, which is neither composite nor prime. 0 is composite, since has all positive integer as divisors.


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What are the not prime numbers called greater than one?

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A number that is greater than one whose only divisors equal one and itself?

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What positive integers are divisble a prime number?

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