Q: What counting number is neither a prime number nor a composite number?

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The number 1.

None, everything is either prime or composite.

It is a composite number.

is 53 a prime, composite number

It is composite.

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The number 1.

Yes. All prime numbers and composite numbers are positive integers, or whole counting numbers. That leaves infinitely many numbers that are neither prime nor composite. If you intended to narrow the scope of your question to the whole counting numbers or to the positive integers, then there are NO such numbers that are neither. A counting number, however large, will be either prime or composite.

It is 1 that is neither a prime or a composite number The number 1 is neither prime nor composite.

ANSWER: 1 is the only counting number that is not prime nor composite.

The number 1 is neither a prime nor a composite number.

None, everything is either prime or composite.

The number '1' is neither prime nor composite.

19 is prime the only numebr that is neither prime or composite is 1

0 and 1 are neither prime nor composite.

1 and 0 are neither composite or prime numbers

1 is not considered to be a prime or a composite number