Q: What The two digits of a number are the same. their product is not composite. what is the number?

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No, because prime and a composite number are the opposite and cannot be the same.

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555

They are the same because they are both multiplication. They also can be the same if the two digit number times by the one digit number equals a three digit number. They are different because the 3 digits number will obviously produce a higher product.

They are both 4554454 with the same digits in the same order and position so they are the same number.

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222

33

A prime factorization is the same as expressing a composite number as the product of its prime factors. Prime numbers don't have factorizations; they're already prime.

Remember the commutative property of multiplication: 4 x 2 is the same as 2 x 4. The number of digits in a product can not exceed the number of digits in the multiplier and multiplicand: the product of 23 X 234 is five digits or less.

Any number because one time anything equal the number you put down.

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1. It's an even number. 2. It's an integer. 3. 11 multiplied by 2 is 22. 4. It's a factor of 44. 5. If you add the digits, you'll result in the sum of 4. 6. The digits are the same number. 7. It's a composite number.

Your options C and D are the same, but it is true that 51 is a composite number.

No, because prime and a composite number are the opposite and cannot be the same.

An eight digit number with one zero cannot remain the same when its digits are reversed. It must have an even number of 0s.

117 is a composite. I know because suming the digits is 9. A number is a multiple of 117 if it's a multiple of 9 and 13 at the same time