Q: Is 41 a composite nummber

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41 is a prime number. It has no composite numbers as factors.

No, it is a prime.

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31, 37, & 41 are prime; 32,33,34,35,36,38,39 & 40 are composite.

Of these, 45 is the only composite number. All the others are prime.

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No.

It is composite.

1.7 is not prime or a composite number, as it is not a whole number.

41 is not composite. It is prime. So its factors are 1 and 41.

41 is a prime number. It has no composite numbers as factors.

No, it is a prime.

No.

41

1 and 41, prime

41 is a prime number.

31, 37, & 41 are prime; 32,33,34,35,36,38,39 & 40 are composite.

Of these, 45 is the only composite number. All the others are prime.