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NO!!! Because the two factors that make '10' are '2' & '5' .

Both '2' & '5' are prime factors.

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โˆ™ 2009-05-16 08:26:26

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10 is not a Prime number, which means it cannot be a prime factor. It can be a factor, but not a prime factor.

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