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Yes.

Even numbers greater than 100 is a well defined set. (Although it is a set with an infinite number of members)

Q: Is the set of even numbers greater than 100 a well defined set?

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For two reasons. 1) Prime numbers are defined a integers greater than 1. 2) No prime number can be even and 0 is an even number.

That would depend on their values because 11 is greater than 10 but 9 is less than 10

Any even number greater than two.

No. None of them are.

All even numbers greater than 0 have 2 as a factor.

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Yes. 10946 is an even number greater than 2. All even numbers that are greater than 2 are composite numbers.

For two reasons. 1) Prime numbers are defined a integers greater than 1. 2) No prime number can be even and 0 is an even number.

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No.

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That would depend on their values because 11 is greater than 10 but 9 is less than 10

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Even numbers greater than 2 are not prime.