Q: How many composite numbers are there?

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The composite numbers between 11 and 29 are 12,14,15,16,18,20,21,22,24,25,26,27 & 28.

There are infinitely many of them.

Out of those 100 numbers, 21 of them are prime numbers, so the remaining (100 - 21) = 79 are composite.

There are many, many more composite numbers than prime numbers. For example, beyond the number 3, every other number is composite, as it is divisible by 2. Following this, every number ending with a 5 other than 5 itself is composite, as it is divisible by 5, and every third odd number is divisble by 3. There are many complicated divisibility tests for numbers above 5.

There are 3 composite numbers between 35 and 40. They are 36, 38, and 39.

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There are infinitely many composite numbers with infinitely many factors.

There are 1260 composite numbers from 1 to 1500.

Yes, there are many more composite numbers than prime.

That's an infinite amount if you don't specify a range.

There are infinitely many composite numbers. There are, therefore, infinitely many subsets of ten such numbers. There are, therefore, infinitely many possible sums.

75 composite numbers are there till 100. 100-25=75. Composite numbers are numbers greater than 1 but not prime numbers.

There are 18 composite numbers up to and including 30

There are 74 composite numbers.

There are 27 such numbers.

The composite numbers between 11 and 29 are 12,14,15,16,18,20,21,22,24,25,26,27 & 28.

Look up a table of prime numbers. All those numbers that are not prime, are composite - except 1, which is neither prime nor composite.

There are 15 prime numbers and 34 composite numbers because 1 is not considered to be a prime or composite number