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# Is 68 prime

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The concept of prime and composite numbers is relevant to integers. If the domain is extended to rational number (or further) then every number is divisible by any other non-zero number in the domain.

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6.8 is not prime because only whole numbers are applicable to prime and composite numbers.

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68 is, in fact, a composite numbe

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The concept of prime and composite numbers is relevant to integers. If the domain is extended to rational number (or further) then every number is divisible by any other non-zero number in the domain.

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6.8 is not prime because only whole numbers are applicable to prime and composite numbers.

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68 is, in fact, a composite number.