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5 is a Prime number. A prime number has only 2 factors which are 1 and itself. Composite numbers are everything else except 1 and 0. 1 and 0 are neither prime, nor composite.

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It is a prime.

neither prime or composite

It is prime

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Forty-five is a composite number because it is not prime. Any number that is not prime is a composite number...Examples:4451002002256,0001,000,000

It is a prime.

305 is composite, because it ends in five.

155 five is composite. It is composite because it has 5 as a factor. The only number that can be neither prime nor composite is 1.

Composite. (It has more than 2 factors) 35 is composite

it is composite because it ends with five which automatically tells you its composite

five is clearly prime : one and its self as factors

Composite because since the last digit is a five, it can be divided by five.

No, it is composite. All whole numbers ending in zero or five are composite.