No. The number 2 is a prime number. The smallest, positive composite number is 4.
4, which is the square of the prime number 2, is the smallest composite number.
There is no highest number, highest prime number, or highest composite number. Therefore, there can't be a second-highest, third-highest, etc., of any of these types of numbers, either.
4 is the smallest composite number and it is not divisible by the two given numbers.
The smallest composite number is 44
The least 1 digit number that is composite is 4. It is because all numbers before that are prime.
4 is the smallest positive composite number
The range is the difference between the highest number and the lowest number. To find the range you subtract the smallest number from the largest number.
It is: 4
Yes it is.
A compound number is a less well-known term for a composite number. The smallest such number is 4.
The smallest number that is both odd and composite is 9, which is divisible by 3. The odd numbers are 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11, ..., and 1, 3, 5, and 7 are all prime. It is 9 that is the smallest odd composite number.
If it is a composite number, it is divisible by at least one prime number.
47 - 12 = 35
The least (or smallest) composite factor of 14 is 14.
How about 4 because 1 is not a prime or a composite number
The range of a number set is the difference between the highest number and the lowest number in the set. To find the range, you subtract the smallest number from the largest number.
Smallest composite number dividable by prime numbers is product of them all. In this case it is: 2x3x5x7x11 = 2310.
Four is the smallest composite number.