Q: How do you know between prime and composite?

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No it is a composite number if you want to know

Prime numbers have two factors. Composite numbers have more than two.

prime: 31, 37, 41, 43, 47 composite: the others

The last digit is 2.So we know it's an even number.So we know it's divisible by 2.So we know it's not a prime number.Therefore it is composite.

look it up on a prime chart not composite

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No it is a composite number if you want to know

11 composite 8 prime 1 neither

Prime numbers have no divisibles.

For goodness sake! This will be on a test one day and you will not know it! But, the answer is no, it is prime

Prime numbers have two factors. Composite numbers have more than two.

A prime number can never be composite in any case. There is an exception for 2 which is both.

There are NO numbers between 6 - neither prime nor composite.

prime: 31, 37, 41, 43, 47 composite: the others

Composite: i know it can at least be divided by 2 and 3

More composite nubers.

neither prime or composite

We can't say anything about it until we know the number,it can be prime or composite.