48 = 2*2*2*2*3By definition, 48 is not a prime number.48 is an even number greater than 2. It is composite.composite because it is a multiple of 2, and 24
no 48 is not a prime number. A prime number is a number that only have 1 and itself as factors.
48 is not a prime number. It is divisible by 2.
53 is a prime number between 48 and 58
There is not one. A prime number has exactly two factors, 1 and itself. The only way that a prime number could be divisible by 48 is if 48 were a prime number, which it is not.
It is: 4*12 = 48
No, you can easily see that this is an even number, so it is a multiple of 2.2 IS A PRIME NUMBER!!Any number that is a multiple of a prime number is NOT a prime.
There is not a multiple of 7 that is prime.
Yes. A number is always its own first multiple.
There is only one number that equals 48. It's 48, and it's not a prime number.
number is both a prime number and a multiple of 5 = 5
No it is not. To be a multiple of a certain number, the first criterion is that the number must be greater than or equal to the number it is a multiple of. Since 7 is smaller than 48, 7 cannot be a multiple of 48.