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Q: When starting a factor tree for a composite number does it matter which factor pair you start with?

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A composite factor is a factor that is a composite number, as opposed to a prime factor which is a factor that is a prime number.

Yes.

Since 160 is a composite number, it would be a composite factor.

A composite factor is a factor that is a composite number, as opposed to a prime factor which is a factor that is a prime number.

It is another composite number.

To prove whether a number is composite, factor it. A number having any factor besides 1 and itself is composite.

The only composite number which is a factor of 6 is 6 itself.

The only composite factor of 21 is 21.

All numbers have factors. Some factors are prime numbers, some are composite numbers. A factor that is a composite number is a composite factor.

A factor is a number or quantity that when multiplied with another produces a given number or expression. Some factors are prime, some are composite (the number "1" is neither.) A composite factor is a factor that can be divided further. 8 is a composite factor of 24. 3 is a prime factor of 24.

Factor it. Once you find a third factor, it's composite.

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