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Q: Why is zero said to be a composite number?

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Zero is an even number but it is not composite (nor prime).

Zero is a composite number because it appears to many factors and it appears to have alot of it's on factors. Even though when you times zero into something it is zero it is a composite number. (correct me if I am wrong please!:))

0 is not a composite number. A composite number has two or more positive integer factors. Zero has none.

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Composite. All whole numbers ending in zero are composite.

Zero is not a prime number.

No it is not because 0 and 1 are neither prime or composite.

A prime number is a number with two factors. Zero has no factors, and therefore, is not a prime number.A composite number is a number which can be expressed as a product of two or more non-zero integers. It is impossible to do this with 0.

it's zero, not always counted as a number

480 is a Composite Number ( all whole numbers greater than zero and ending in zero are composite ).

All even numbers (except zero and two) are composite.

75 is composite. (all whole numbers ending in five or zero are composite)