The number is bigger than 5 but ends in 5 so it is divisible by 5. So it cannot be prime.
A prime number has two factors, a composite number has more than two.
There is not such a thing as a composite prime number. A prime number has exactly two factors. A composite number has more than two factors.
A number is prime when it only has one and itself as factors is prime. Therefore, to tell if a number is prime or composite simply find it's factors. If it has more than two factors than it is not a prime number, it is composite.
As an even number greater than 2, 66 is a composite number.
If it has two factors, it's prime. More than two, it's composite.
That is how a composite number is defined! It cannot be prime if it is a product of two integers that are bigger than one.
No, a composite number can't have more than one prime factorization.
A prime number is a natural number greater than one that can only be divided evenly by itself and 1. A composite number is the opposite of a prime number. By definition, every natural number greater than one is either prime or composite.
If a number is divisible by 3 or more numbers than that number is composite, if not than it is prime.
A composite number. No even numbers higher than 2 are prime numbers.
No. A prime number has exactly two different factors. A composite number has more than two different factors.NO. A number cannot be both prime and composite.