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No, You can't change a composite number to prime number.

47 is a prime number and not a composite number.

81 is a composite number.

All even numbers, with the exception of the number 2, are composite numbers.

All numbers have factors. Some factors are prime numbers, some are composite numbers. A factor that is a composite number is a composite factor.

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The number of composite numbers is infinite.

Composite numbers are numbers with more than 2 factors. The first composite number is 4. The next composite numbers are 6, 8, and 9. Thus, the fourth composite number is 9.

There are an infinite number of composite numbers after 101.

Prime numbers aren't composite numbers.

No, You can't change a composite number to prime number.

A composite number is a number which is not prime. All numbers are divided into the categories of either prime or composite (except for the number 1, which is neither). Examples of composite numbers are: 4,6,8,10 etc. All even numbers and square numbers are composite. There are, however, odd and non-square numbers that are composite as well, such as 15,21,27 and 55.

All the even numbers except 2 are composite numbers. 512 is an even number so, it is a composite number.

No composite numbers are prime. A composite number is a number that can be made by multiplying other numbers. A prime number is made only by one and itself. Therefore no number can be both prime and composite

Any number that has more than two factors is a composite number

47 is a prime number and not a composite number.

849670 is a composite number. All even numbers over 2 are composite numbers.

41 is a prime number. It has no composite numbers as factors.

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