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.
The product of two prime numbers is always a composite number, and it never is a prime number.
the two prime numbers will be factors of that number, which would make that number a composite number
no. There is a prime number and a composite number. Therefor, all prime numbers are not composite.
No not always because composite numbers can be the product of 2 or more prime factors
No, You can't change a composite number to prime number.
No prime number is a composite number, by definition.
76 is a composite number. All even numbers, except for 2, are always going to be composite. A prime number is a number that can only be multiplied by 1.
No composite numbers are prime. A composite number is a number that can be made by multiplying other numbers. A prime number is made only by one and itself. Therefore no number can be both prime and composite
You could try dividing by composite numbers but the number that you are testing is divisible by a composite number, then it will be divisible by a prime factor of that composite number and that prime factor will be smaller. It is always easier to work with smaller numbers.
composite The number 18 is a composite number. It is a composite number because composite numbers are whole numbers that have three or more factors.
Prime factorization is writing a composite number as a product of prime numbers.