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Q: What is the converse statement for the odd natural numbers less than 8 are prime?

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All prime numbers are natural numbers. So yes, some natural numbers are prime numbers.

No, Only natural numbers can be prime.

2 is a prime number.

no, only natural numbers (1,2,3,....) can be prime

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All prime numbers are natural numbers. So yes, some natural numbers are prime numbers.

The statement is false.

It's neither of them because -4 is not a natural number and prime or composite numbers are a subset of natural numbers i.e. only natural numbers can be classified as prime or composite numbers.

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No, Only natural numbers can be prime.

1 is nether prime or composie, the only natural numbers like this. 0 and negative numbers are not natural numbers.

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No it is not. By definition, a prime number must be a natural number. Negative numbers are not in the set of natural numbers.

2 is a prime number.

no, only natural numbers (1,2,3,....) can be prime

9 natural numbers. 4/9 are prime. (this ryhmes)

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