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Q: Is a composite number times a composite number always composite?

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the two prime numbers will be factors of that number, which would make that number a composite number

Composite.

The sum of any two prime numbers is not always a composite number. The sum of 2 and 11 is 13, and 13 is a prime number, not a composite number.

Composite since it ends in an even number it will always be divisible by 2

Not necessarily.

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the two prime numbers will be factors of that number, which would make that number a composite number

Composite.

No, the sum of a prime number and a composite number is not always even.

Yes.

Any composite number multiplied by 2 is still a composite number.

Not always as for example 32/4 = 8

No.

The sum of any two prime numbers is not always a composite number. The sum of 2 and 11 is 13, and 13 is a prime number, not a composite number.

If a number other than 2 ends in a even number, it will always be composite.

Because 0 is infinate. Anything times 0 will always be 0. So, therefore, 0 is a composite number.

Composite. 5 goes into it 101 times.

it is a composite number because you can tell from the 8 that it is an even number, and even numbers can always be divided.

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