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49 is not a prime number. It is the square of the prime number 7.

49 is not prime. 49 = 7 * 7 49 is a composite number as 7x7=49. A number is said to be a prime number if it only has two factors that is 1 or the number itself.

49 is a prime number itself.

The prime factor of 49 is 7. 49 is the square of 7.

The number 49 has a single prime factor, 7.

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49 is not a prime number. It is the square of the prime number 7.

Composite

49 is not prime. 49 = 7 * 7 49 is a composite number as 7x7=49. A number is said to be a prime number if it only has two factors that is 1 or the number itself.

Composite

47 is prime, 49 is not

49 is a prime number itself.

7 is a prime factor of 49

49 is a composite number (not prime), as it has three factors: 1, 7, 49.

53 is the next prime number greater than 49.

The prime factor of 49 is 7. 49 is the square of 7.

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49 is a Composite Number

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