Please note that there are infinitely many prime numbers. An internet search for "list of prime numbers" will quickly give you a list of prime numbers up to a certain point, for example here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_prime_numbers
Any integer greater than 1 that is not in the list of prime numbers is a composite number. (1 is considered neither a prime number, nor a composite number.)
No. Prime numbers cannot be composite and composite numbers cannot be prime!
Prime numbers are not composite.
no. There is a prime number and a composite number. Therefor, all prime numbers are not composite.
No, there are more composite numbers than prime numbers.
No, prime factorizations consist entirely of prime numbers.
1 is special 2 prime 3 prime 4 composite 5 prime 6 composite 7 prime 8 composite 9 composite 10 composite 11 prime 12 composite ext.
The product of two prime numbers will be composite.
Prime numbers have two factors, composite numbers have more than two.
Prime factorization never includes a composite number. All numbers in prime factorization must be prime numbers.
Numbers other than prime prime numbers are composite numbers. Only whole numbers should be considered for prime & composite numbers. However, '1' is an exceptional case because it is neither prime nor composite.
There are more composite numbers.